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Mac Server Series: Configure Two IP Addresses On One Mac

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We already showed you how to host multiple web sites on one Mac, but that tutorial assumes you want them all to have the same ip address. Sometimes, you’ll need multiple IP addresses for instances like installing a SSL Certificate. This video shows you how to have two ip addresses on one connection.

Watch It Here: Configure Two IP Addresses on One Mac

Show Notes:

Mac Server Series: How To Monitor The Bandwidth Usage

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Today is a short tutorial but is important for anyone using a Mac as a server. I look at a free program that will show you how much upload and download bandwidth you use in a month.

Video Link: How To Monitor The Bandwidth on your Mac mini server

Shownotes:

-SurplusMeter – A free application that will allow you to see how much bandwidth your machine is using.
-Macminicolo.net – Macminicolo.net provides the bandwidth and hosting for these tutorials. Once you have your machine set up to run as a server, you may consider hosting it in the macminicolo data center. Starting at $34.99 you are provided with reliable power, a 100mb connection, and a static ip address. More on pricing can be found here.

Note: I am the one that manages all of the minis in the macminicolo data center.