Assigning multiple IP addresses to an interface


does Cisco IOS support assigning multiple IP addresses (out of different subnets) to one ethernet interface respectively VLAN (similar to what *BSD and Linux support)? I'm using IOS 12.4 on an 877W in case that matters.

Kind regards

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Matthias Scheler
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Usualy in 2500, 2600 and 3600 series you can declare your main IP


And the rest as secondaries

ip secondary .

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The Doctor

Matthias, A&A have an IRC channel which you can get lots of help. There are a few folk there running 877W's.

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Bob Goddard

Matthias Scheler schrieb:

Yes, you can assign a lot of IP addresses from different subnets as secondary IP addresses.

It depends on the IOS Feature set how many VLAN you can bring up on a

870 router. The Advancedsecurity package ony can 1 or 2 VLAN on the Fastethnert ports.
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Uli Link

What is A&A?

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Andrews & Arnold, it's his very technically aware ISP.

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Bob Goddard

Yes, that works like a charm.

Thanks a lot

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