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What happens when we alias an IP address to a system?

What happens when we alias an ip addr which is already allotted to some other on the same LAN. Is aliasing local to my system?
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Device not found after adding a network alias

Interface em1 works fine. I issued ifconfig em1:0 1.2.3.4 followed by > ifconfig em1:0 The error is 1.2.3.4 error fetching interface information: Device not found CentOS 6.4. What gives? ...
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How to add network aliases in Linux for network computers

In Windows, the c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file lets you add aliases to IPs so you can remember those computers with a familiar name. Here's the header of the HOSTS file, for example ...
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IP address alias assigned by DHCP

I would like to create several aliases to eth0, but have the addresses assigned by DHCP instead of being set to static IP's. Is this even possible? All the examples I've seen assign a static IP using ...
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How to alias a hostname?

Is it possible to keep a network alias - without specifying the IP address in the hosts file? For instance, I have abcd.efgh.com but want abcd -> abcd.efgh.com so that ping and ssh work as they ...
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In Ubuntu, routes are not added as defined in rc.local file…why?

I need to setup my ubuntu pc single nic card ip as 192.168.1.6 for internet and 10.172.170.95 and 135.10.86.100 for my lan and for another network through my 4port DSL modem.So i defined like this. ...
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What does “network” mean in the /etc/network/interfaces file?

In Linux, to define aliases, we have to modify /etc/network/interfaces.. Something like this: auto eth0:1 iface eth0:1 inet static address 192.168.1.60 netmask 255.255.255.0 network x.x.x.x ...