1 VPS with 2 IP addresses. How to make them independent?


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1 VPS with 2 IP addresses. How to make them independent?

I have this in /etc/network/interfaces:
Code:
auto ens3
 iface ens3 inet static
          address 46.xx.xxx.1x7
         netmask 255.255.252.0
         broadcast 46.38.xxx.255
         gateway 46.xx.xxx.1  

auto ens3:0 
iface ens3:0 inet static
      address 188.xx.xx.xx5     
      netmask 255.255.255.255

I want the interfaces of my VPS to be independent.
Without the traffic of ens3:0 interface pass by ens3 interface.
It's possible?
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NCFTOOL(1)						       Network Configuration							NCFTOOL(1)

NAME
ncftool - Network configuration tool SYNOPSIS
ncftool [command [options]] DESCRIPTION
ncftool is a command line utility to configure networking. It can be invoked with no arguments to bring up the interactive ncftool shell. Alternatively a command and optional arguments can be specified to have ncftool execute the command non-interactively. COMMANDS
list [--macs] [--all] [--inactive] List the currently configured toplevel network interfaces [--macs] - show MAC addresses [--all] - show all (up & down) interfaces [--inactive] - show only inactive (down) interfaces dumpxml [--mac] [--live] name Dump the XML description of an interface [--mac] - interpret the name as MAC address [--live] - include information about the live interface name - the name of the interface define xmlfile Define an interface from the specified XML file. undefine iface Remove the configuration of the specified interface. ifup iface Bring up specified interface. ifdown iface Bring down specified interface. change-begin Mark the beginning of a set of revertible network configuration changes. change-commit Commit (make permanent) a set of network configuration changes begun with change-begin. change-rollback Rollback (revert) a set of network configuration changes begun with change-begin. help [command] Print details about command, if specified, or list all commands if command is not specified. quit Exit the program. SEE ALSO
interfaces (5) AUTHORS
Please refer to the AUTHORS file distributed with netcf. netcf-0.2.2 2012-12-20 NCFTOOL(1)

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