Two IP in one Network Card 

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You would need to do this in the case where you need to connect to more then one different subnet where proper routing has not been set up.
yes, but its only a private address and your providers DHCP set will not allow you to connect to the internet in that fashion. Now if you wanted to connect another computer without the use of a router you could use both NIC cards in you computer by setting up the second as your DHCP and sharing your first NIC card that is connect to the internet.

”’Windows XP”’ * Control Panel -> Network Connections -> Local Area Connection -> Properties -> Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) * Type in a static ip address * Then click Advanced * Under the “IP address” group box, click add to add more ip addresses.


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