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Secondary IP Address.

Secondary IP Address.

Secondary IP Address.

Do the procurve switches support secondary IP address's? If so what is the command line syntax to get it configured?

ACA - Implement IP Office
ACS - Implement IP Office
ACSS - SMEC (IP Office)

RE: Secondary IP Address.

Don't know what the command line syntax is off the top of my head, but (at least on my 4000Ms) you can configure a different IP on each VLAN fairly easily through either the web interface or console.

RE: Secondary IP Address.

Just assign the interface in question another IP address, so
switch(int)# ip address x.x.x.x/xx
Even though you already might have a IP address assigned, this will add a secondary address to the interface. I know on Cisco's you would have the ip address statement along with the secondary (ip address x.x.x.x x.x.x.x secondary), but HP doesn't need the 'secondary' command along with the 'ip address' command.

Hope that helps.

P.S. to get rid of a address later, just add the 'no' in front of the 'ip address x.x.x.x/xx'

RE: Secondary IP Address.

why do u need to add secondary ip

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