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help! to find a cisco command to config multi-ip on eth.port

help! to find a cisco command to config multi-ip on eth.port

help! to find a cisco command to config multi-ip on eth.port

(OP)
I have two 1602 routers, one with 12.x IOS the other with 11.x and I was poking around in some configuration commands. On one router (only on one, and I think it was the ios v12.x) I came across a command which appeared to setup an eth.port to carry multiple ip adresses. Or, it might have been multiple sessions...the net effect appeared to be to cause the one port to function as a multi-addressed connection. Which should allow it to multi-session, correct? It was really late and I neglected to write down what command menu it was located in, now I CAN'T FIND IT! I recall it was "near" fast-switching commands, but I just can't locate it. Any help is REALLY appreciated!

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RE: help! to find a cisco command to config multi-ip on eth.port

(OP)
If anyone out there reads this, the answer is not the "ip address ..... secondary" command. I was cruising through the command menus by entering "commandxyz ?", then reading the subcommands and their description, then entering "subcommandxyz ?" over and over again. So this command was on a command or subcommand list (not requiring any extraneous input). Maybe this will help you help me...?

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RE: help! to find a cisco command to config multi-ip on eth.port

Are you looking at adding a sub-interface?  If so the command is config t, int e0:1 and then you will be in the sub interface mode, there you would enter in a new ip address and any other interfaces specific information.

Now you might have to first configure int e0 with no ip address and then move into sub interfaces. int e0:1, int e0:2, int e0:3... and so on.

I hope that helps.

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