I believe that it would support secondary IP addresses on the VLAN interface. But I wonder if that is the best solution. You say that you want multiple subnets on the LAN side. It would be possible with the HWIC-4ESW to configure multiple VLANs and put individual subnets on individual VLANs. Perhaps if you could clarify what you need to accomplish we could help you find the best answer of how to do it.
It should not be a problem to put all 4 ports into the default VLAN and assign an IP address to the VLAN. And I would think it not a problem to configure nat inside on the VLAN interface. How does that relate to having multiple subnets on the VLAN? Bear in mind that if you put all ports in the same VLAN that all ports are in the same broadcast domain and there is not the separation of traffic that we usually associate with subnets.
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