Multiple Subnets/IP Addresses on single Router Ethernet Port (no vlans)
I would like to know if there is a way to setup two separate IP addresses on a single Router Ethernet interface. Basically what I am looking at doing is providing a client an ethernet dropout from a router that has a private 192.168.x.x subnet and doing port address translation outbound on those addresses, but this client also needs a small 30 host subnet of registered address, but does not want to handle any of the routing or translation of those addresses.
Is it possible to setup both a private and a registered ip address to one ethernet interface without having to use vlans or setup translations on the router?
The current ethernet interface is configured as follows:
Re: Multiple Subnets/IP Addresses on single Router Ethernet Port
I am actually trying the ip secondary, but I cannot seem to route inbound beyond the interface secondary address. Any hosts connected after the initial secondary address timeout on an inbound connection. outbound seems to work fine though, Any other thoughts?
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