Set up two IP addresses with one gateway?

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Published on 2013-07-01T21:14:48Z Indexed on 2013/07/01 23:15 UTC
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I would like to ask if it is possible to set up two static IPs from same subnet through one gateway? and How if it is?

What I am interested in is described here Routing for multiple uplinks/providers, but in my case I have two IP addresses from one provider, both are on same subnet and off course I have internet access on both.

I have two NICs, but I don't mind to go with one if that makes it possible.

Any thought is appreciated!

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