My ISP gave me another block of IPs to use on the same interface. I know I can just add a secondary IP to the interface but what else do I have to do with the second gateway? Right now I just have a "route outside 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 y.y.y.y" command in the config. What else do I have to do to accomplish this 2nd block of IPs?
>>"I know I can just add a secondary IP to the interface"
On an ASA, you cannot add a secondary IP address to an interface...are you talking about adding subinterfaces to be used in a VLAN environment,
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