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Is it possibe to have two different subnets connected to one physical interface on the C160 Cisco Ironport email appliance?  And, if so how is the rule/route created??
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jmeggers earned 500 total points
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You would trunk VLANs.  According to the documentation, the Ironport does support VLANs.
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Thanks Jmeggers.  I have never done that before, is this a simple procedure??
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