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Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Anything is fair game.
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Through the use of virtual interfaces on eth0 (eg . eth0:1, eth0:2, etc) I am able to obtain the maximum amount of IP's alloted to my ISP account on one network card. My question is .. how can I use all those IP's? Is there a command I can run like the following:
<command> <ip to use> <command to run> ? (eg. use_ip IP_ADDRESS firefox)
Or, is there a way I can configure applications to use a particular virtual interface?
Well, to be completely honest, each IP gets its own allocation of bandwidth. I don't know why they cap that way, but they do. Just wanted to use my account to its full potential, and short of buying another computer to use that IP.
What did you mean by routing tables? I'm not an expert on networking but I'm willing to learn.