How do I manually add a second IP address to my CentOS installation?
If you have purchased a second ip address for your Centos installation and need to add the new static ip address, follow these simple steps:
Create the following file:
And inside this file add the following contents, be sure to replace 126.96.36.199 with your new ip address:
Once completed, activate this and restart networking with the following commands:
# ifup eth0:1
# service network restart
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