2 separate networks using 1 router..temporarily.

By sunburst01 ·
Ok, I was recently employed and was asked to "redo or restructure" their environment. Their existing environment consists of 1 SBS with an exchange connector running to a hosted webmail provider. No NAS, a borrowed computer from a consultant who removed their DLT drive and decided to install HIS NAS device and GHOST the whole environment (including SQL with 20 large db's)to a computer he owns.
OK, my question is, I'm getting ready to give them a new environment, but I need to share the router. The old network is on a 192.168.x.x and the new one I am creating will be on a 10.x.x.x. Right now, I'm drawing a blank...I want to run both environments and moved the data and users over a little at a time, but I need to share the router (1 router out)...I can't believe I'm drawing a blank,but there's a lot on my mind...can I share the router, temporarily until the last user is moved. BTW...there is a remote site that uses a cisco VPN client to log in...any ideas?

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Not unless your router has duel WAN ports...

by Darryl~ Moderator In reply to 2 separate networks using ...

Your router would have to be able to be configured for both the & the 10.XXX.XXX.XXX domains.

Sounds like you're going to need a switch & 2 routers.

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by Chris910 In reply to 2 separate networks using ...

So what you are trying to do is configure 2 internal VLAN's and set up routing and helper Addresses between the two.

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