Router groups

By TWonk ·
Basically, any device attached / interfaced to a port of a router, ie, hubs, routers, PC?s, and PC?s connected to those hubs and routers, are considered in a separate group and need to have a unique IP address?right? And that the NICs and their associated TCP/IP IP address groups have to have a IP address with the 3rd octet being unique of the other group, ie, the LAN group=,6,7,8 and the WAN (internet) group=,6,7,8? Is this correct?

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Go here..

When on this page click on the link named "Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol", this will give you some idea of how you can setup attached computers/servers. Hope this info is of some help.

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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IP Addressing

by Nimmo In reply to Router groups

Take a look at this in regards to IP addressing.

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