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By GJ2008 ·
I will be installing a new Windows 2000 server on a separate domain to the existing one on the network and am not sure how the IP address range will work. Our existing IP range is 1.0.0.1 - 1.0.0.250, the majority of which is being used. Will I needto extend the range for the new server and the computers connecting to it? If so, how do I go about this. Please could you point me in the right direction.

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RE: EXTENDING NETWORK

by rebelord In reply to Extending Network

hi, if your win2k server's address will be on the same range 1.0.0.1-250 and will be residing on the same lan segment, there is no need to use another subnet. but if you will be using another subnet, then you will need a router to point to that new subnet.

stick to the same ip range. just look for an vacant ip within the range or try using 1.0.0.251 assuming class a mask and using private networks.

try to google topics such as ip addressing and subnetting as this will provide you with some details on how-to-network. hth....

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