I usually do not work on our Cisco 2811 router, but I have to add a secondary IP address to it. Here is some background:
We currently have a T1 from Sprint that connects to the 2811. We have been given 5 public IPs associated with the router (65.xxx.xxx.17 255.255.255.248) and everything works just fine. We had the need for additional public IPs and were given 5 more (63.xxx.xxx.32 255.255.255.248). How do I A) add the secondary IP range to the router and B) make sure that the range of IPs are accessible? Please forgive my extreme ignorance in this matter!