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Cisco Secondary Addresses

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What is the maximum number of secondary addresses that can be applied to an interface on a Cisco device?

I have some awful legacy systems to support and this may be the easiest way for now...
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Depends on the router, but there is no hard limit. How many do you need? 5? 10 ? 100?
No problem. It'll support more than you want to type in, I'm sure.
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Good. We have about 15 vlans that are totally unnecessary as separate vlans and only need L3 routing because of the ridiculous addressing scheme they used!
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