I just wanted to confirm the following:
1. Do I need to create a separate VLAN for each VE port?
2. Can I have one VLAN with multiple subnets on one VE port?
My thought is I would need to create one VLAN, One Subnet. Then create a separate VE port per VLAN.
The switch is running NOS 7.0.1b presently.
The process attempted at first was adding multiple subnets to one VE port but the secondary subnet fails with the error below:
int ve 100
ip address 10.12.11.254/24
ip address 10.12.12.254/24 (secondary)
"The IP address is not in Primary address subnet".
Like I said, I believe the message is normal. But anyone on here can let me know as verification.