Summary: OT win2000

From: Gabel Martin <>
Date: Thu Dec 12 2002 - 08:49:30 EST
I'd like to thank the following people for their support:

Alex Ugolini
Paul Clayton
Ric Anderson
Juergen Waiblinger
John, Ted
Glenn Harrison
Aleksey Tsalolikhin
Graham Wood

(for the original question look below)

here is the answer: 

Go to the advanced tab of the TCP/IP properties for the NIC.  In there you
assign multiple IPs (table at the top of the form from memory).

original question:
Hi everybody,

please excuse my post here, I know this is really off-toppic but I've
searched over one hour on the M$-site plus several attemps on yahoo and

I'm accessing several unix machines - via ftp - with my laptop running
win2000. Each of this machines are in different Subnets. Since I've no
permission to add a route, I've to change my IP-address every time. Now,
what I want to do is to assign several IP-adesses to my laptop NIC.
That's an easy task under Solaris, but how to do this in win2k ???
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Received on Thu Dec 12 08:52:28 2002

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