When I plug in two wired NICs to the computer, I can get two IP addresses on the same network. Is such a setup possible with one wired ethernet card and one wireless card?
If so, how?
If not, is there a good reason for not having that capability? (and why?)
Update: To explain the reason to have that capability, here is the scenario I'm dealing with:
1) I have a web server which needs to use 2 IP addresses so it can use 2 different SSL certificates for different domains. This wouldn't be a problem if the server wasn't sitting behind a 2wire router via AT&T, which, from what I can tell, imposes a limit of one IP address per MAC address. (not that it imposes it specifically, but that I could find no information on how to get it to work otherwise, and while I got it close to working, there were lots of strange errors occurring, which have gone away now that I've moved closer to how they strongly encourage you to set it up).
I see some downvotes, and I'd be happy to improve this question if someone could give me pointers on things they'd like to see included. I apologize for the bad question, but please let me know how I can improve it.