I have a situation where I need to maintain the same IP address and/or hostname between two network interfaces on several macOS laptops: the ethernet and wifi.
The topology is such that there is a pfSense router serving DHCP and DNS resolving services for the network. Currently the ethernet interface has one IP while the wifi has another IP, but during development and various tasks, this is becoming a problem when people try to resolve "workstation1.lan" which is for the ethernet and they are actually working off the wifi. Unfortunately this has become a big headache with some management and is not at all acceptable.
What options exist to unify the IP scheme in such scenarios so that both the ethernet and wifi interfaces use the same IP address and subsequently the same hostname?