I also want to provide additional information regarding the creation of another interface. I should have added in previous post, that, in the scenario where you have a physical and wanted to split the interface using 802.1q into several logical interfaces say one logical be your new DMZ network,and that interface is for example your inside interface or any other interface in production, you may have network disruption during the creation of trunking and other required initial configuration.
Now,if you have free physical interface not bound to any configuration other than be dedicated for DMZ network there should not be network disruption in relation to other active interfaces.
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