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need basic subnet help

By ewissner ·
I need to set up an environment that has two separate networks. Network 1 is an existing WIN2k domain. It has two application servers running on it one is a main communiction server and the other is a satelite server communicating with the main. Network 2 should have just a satelite server that communicates with the main server on network 1. Both satelites cannot exist on the same network. How would I route these two networks properly?

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by freydc In reply to need basic subnet help

Your best bet is a router or possibly a layer-3 switch. This depends primarily on physical location of the servers (i.e. in same building).
While you could use two NIC's in the main server and use W2K's routing features, W2K does not really work well in a multi-homed configuration.

Why can the servers not reside on the same subnet? If it is for security purposes, then a hardware router (Cisco) is the only way to go.

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by wlbowers In reply to need basic subnet help

Cisco router. Total control of both networks. Contact cisco and they will help you config.

Good tech support also.

Good Luck Lee

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