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I am following a networking course from udacity.

In one of the tutorials, the professor says that loopback address is almost always

So, it means it can be other than

Can it be changed ? If yes, how ?

And also, at one moment, a machine can have only 1 loopback address, is it right ?

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  • What does that have to with Ubuntu? – user692175 Sep 4 '17 at 19:58
  • I just asked as I use ubuntu machine, and people answer here. I can flag it to migrate it if its inappropriate here. – luv.preet Sep 4 '17 at 20:04