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Good Day! I'm on a ubuntu machine and have set up virtual IPs on eth0. /etc/network/interfaces read eth0 eth0:1 eth0:2 eth0:3 etc.. Now if i were to connect to a ...
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    Good Day!

    I'm on a ubuntu machine and have set up virtual IPs on eth0.

    /etc/network/interfaces read eth0
    eth0:1
    eth0:2
    eth0:3 etc..

    Now if i were to connect to a website ,say access www.google.com,which IP would the GET request be sent from?Secondly,how can i tailor the Http requests to be sent from the other virtual IPs?

    I'm trying to script something in python to send multiple Http requests from different IPs,so just wanted to know how its done manually in the first place...Thanks in advance

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    David

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    request wil be sent from your Public IP provided to you from your ISP
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