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By egarlepp ·
i have a question about ip, i have added a new zone, original network was 150.150.1.*
we added 150.150.101.* but i can't see stations on the 101 network. how would i go about resolving this(what are all the ways( do i have to make changes on the routers or is it software). thanks

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by Gh0stMaker In reply to IP

Change the netmask to 150.150.*.*

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by calves In reply to IP

Your subnet mask is of a B class 255.255.0.0
You should use a router to allow for the interface of the 2 subnets.
You can use a firewall if you have one, most firewall have routers built into it.
You can add a RRAS (free software from Microsoft that replaces RAS) and insert static IP addresses to link both subnets.
You can contact your ISP (if they provide the router for access) and ask them to include a new static route to the router.
Finally you can alter the lmhost file adding entries to the new subnet.

Good luck!

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by egarlepp In reply to IP

i can ping from both sides. but in the network neighborhood the choices don't show up. what would i add to the lmhosts file? my network manager is saying the routers are set up that way can you offer up a clue
thanks

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by curlergirl In reply to IP

Where did you get the 101 zone from? It sounds like the 101 "zone" is being masked by whatever subnet mask you are using. In order for these to be on the same subnet, you'd have to be using a subnet mask of 255.255.0.0. Assuming that is not the case, what you need is a router to route traffic between the two subnets. You can purchase a separate piece of hardware or you can use an NT server to do the routing by adding a second NIC card to the server, and setting up the proper IP addresses, gateways, static routes,etc. Hope this helps!

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by curlergirl In reply to IP

OOps! I just re-read your question and realized my last answer wasn't on the mark. What you need to do is make changes on your existing router(s). Depending on the number of routers, you can use a static route (route add 150.150.101.0 [subnet mask] [IP address of router on that subnet]) or you can assign an additional IP address from the new subnet to the router on the old subnet, and an IP address for the old subnet(s) to the router on the new subnet. If you only have two routers and two subnets, the latter is easier. More than that and static routes make more sense. Hope this helps!

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by egarlepp In reply to IP

i can ping from both sides. but in the network neighborhood the choices don't show up.my network manager is saying the routers are set up that way can you offer up a clue
thanks

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