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Mutiple T1 Wic's in a 2620

I have to add another T1 wic to our host router. I am currently useing 192.168.1.x on interface serial0/0. I understand I have to use a different address for the new serial interface, but does it have to be on a completely different subnet? and if so could I use 193.168.1.x?

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Re: Mutiple T1 Wic's in a 2620

Yes, you are right. No two interfaces on a router can be on the same IP subnet.

Yes, you can use 193.168.1.x for the other interface.

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