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3 segments on one network

By dmvillanueva ·
We have an existing network with 3 segments (172.16.1.x/172.16.100.x/172.16.95.x) the problem is all of our server resides on .1 series how can the other segments access the servers? I only have one router which also in .1 series..

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by hozcanhan In reply to 3 segments on one network

for a cheap solution put 3 NICs on the server and enable routing or install a routing software on it . Second cheaper solution . Use a low level PC with 3 NICs . Load a firewall and routing software on it . That should help you . Third and expensive solution is buy a professional router with 3 eth ports .

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by adembo In reply to 3 segments on one network

You need a router to connect one network to another. Either use a hardware router (Cisco, 3COM) or use a software router (Using multiple NIC's and configure it in the OS)

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by avayaconsultant In reply to 3 segments on one network

Set up teh servers on different VLANs and the route between VLANs if needed. That is what we do on our Extreme switches.

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