+ 0 Votes knocked off is the real issue woodyn 7 years ago Are you sure the new router does not time out the users ? Real issue I would investigate is are they knocked off the server or the router due to time outs form one or the other. Also check your Server for which "program" users are being locked out of , may be exceding licences. + 0 Votes Some Questions Starry997 6 years ago At our main site, we have a Comcast portal with a static IP address. Connected to the Comcast Router/Modem, is a Linksys VPN Router (BEFSX41) which everything else is connected to. The router is also the DHCP server. There are 20 or so workstations (mostly WinXP)and a number of printers set up primarily through HP print servers. There are a number of unmanaged switches and one managed switch. The only other thing I did at the time I put the VPN router in was to make sure all workstations were at 100 Mbps. Some of the workstations were still at the original 10 Mbps. At the time, all switches were unmanaged. The internal addresses are at 192.168.1.x 255.255.255.0 ... site 2 is set up as 192.168.2.x 255.255.255.0 . The HP3000 is a Series A400 with a direct connect of the 3000 to a switch. The remaining DTC connections used to come into a hub with BNC port, but now comes through an Ethernet converter directly to a LAN connection. I'm not sure what information you want. I have a graphic chart that shows all connections, but I'd rather not share that. My original attempt was to set the original Linksys router we used to use to 192.168.3.x and I also tried setting it to 192.168.1.x. I am still convinced that it is all about the numbers and how I have it set up, but I am not a LAN guru by any means. + 0 Votes Did you solve this ? gary.stephens 6 years ago Hi Thula, I have many years on HP3000, did you resolve this in the end ? If not let me know I may be able to help rgds Gary + 0 Votes Some questions Michael Kassner Contributor 6 years ago I hope it is OK to ask a few questions. I was wondering if you could go into more detail about the network topology as it may have a bearing on the problem. Also are the routers the only change that you made? If so I do not see where that would create a different situation for the HP3000. Sorry if I am missing something. Also could you explain what Internet traffic you are referring to? Putting the HP3000 on a different subnet is very doable, but it will require adding static routes to VPN routers so the traffic will get sent to the new router upstream of the HP3000.