IP address assignment to the interfaces

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  1. answers

    answers Guest

    If I have an interface , and a number sub interfaces.. how should my
    assignment of ip addresses to these sub interfaces be? should they be
    on the same subnet as that of the main interface?
     
    answers, Sep 12, 2006
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    K.J. 44 Guest

    Each subinterface IS an interface, its just virtual instead of
    physical. Therefore, each subinterface must be in its own subnet.
    Typically the only thing you configure on the physical interface might
    be some encapsulation specs if I remember.


    answers wrote:
    > If I have an interface , and a number sub interfaces.. how should my
    > assignment of ip addresses to these sub interfaces be? should they be
    > on the same subnet as that of the main interface?
     
    K.J. 44, Sep 12, 2006
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