2 servers on one physical network?

By arm2000 ·
Ive been charged with installing a specific network set up in our new showroom.
We have been running a 2003 sbs for 4+ years . it runs an exchange server, sage and our bespoke service support software. the new show room will run a print server, and followme print software. we have two licences for sbs and i want to run the "main" sbs on its current 192.168.16.x range and the "showroom" on 192.168.1.x . is this viable? allowed?. I need to keep the showroom software away from the working network but still have access to the showroom printers from the main and to be able to scan to the main network from the show room machines.

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by cmiller5400 In reply to 2 servers on one physical ...

You will need to have some sort of router between the two. Such as a layer 3 switch to accomplish this. An ACL (Access Control List) on the interface can be set up to only allow certain functions to reach your production network.

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by arm2000 In reply to You will need...

thank you for your reply.
could I use the built in router of sbc (2 nics) to achieve this?

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