Edit file /etc/rc.conf to setup persistent ip aliasing option by appending following configuration, so that next time FreeBSD comes up (after restart/shutdown) it will create alias for you: ifconfig_lnc0_alias0="192.168.1.5 netmask 255.255.255.255" Finally, Restart FreeBSD network service using network restart script:

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/etc/defaults/rc.conf Here is the original FreeBSD 9 /etc/defaults/rc.conf file #!/bin/sh # This is rc.conf - a file full of useful variables that you can set # to change the default startup behavior of your system. You should # not edit this file! Put any overrides into one of the ${rc_conf_files} # instead and you will be able to update these