Re: [fw-wiz] Multiple MAC address on one interface

From: Ng Pheng Siong (
Date: 07/10/04

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    On Fri, Jul 09, 2004 at 09:16:31PM -0400, wrote:
    > So, is there some cheap way to have one NIC
    > respond to multiple MAC addresses? I'm most comfortable with Linux, but
    > if I needed to use BSD or something else I'd be willing to do that.

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