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Assigning a 2nd IP Address to Ethernet Interface on Netvanta 3200

Assigning a 2nd IP Address to Ethernet Interface on Netvanta 3200

Assigning a 2nd IP Address to Ethernet Interface on Netvanta 3200


I had to setup a superscope on my Windows Server 2003 AD network since we were running out of IPs in DHCP.  The superscope was the best option for me since I am going to have to change my IP addressing scheme later anyway, but I needed a stop-gap measure.  In any event, we have an Adtran Netvanta 3200 router which connects one network at our first location to the network at the second location via a Point-to-Point T-1.  In order for all the devices on my network to see each other when using the new scope I created in the superscope, I had to add additional IP addresses to all the necessary network cards, i.e. servers, firewall, etc.  Is it possible to add an additional IP address to a Netvanta 3200's eth 0/1 interface?


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