>  Otherwise forcing IIS to allocate even only one IP is impossible.

It is quite possible, my public server uses IIS/7 and an ICS web
application on different IPs.  There are NETSH HTTP IPLISTEN commands
that force IIS to listen only on specific IPs, or just change some
registry settings. 

My applications have arrays of server components to support multiple IPs
and ports, all using the same events, but all created in code.  Building
multiple listens into the component is really only beneficial for those
that prefer to drop one component on a form. 


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