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By ericwch ·
Hi all,

I am a newbie with routers so please assist. I have a AD server residing in the subnet 192.168.1.0 subnet. I have another network subnet 172.14.33.0 and 10 PCs are in that subnet. They are in that subnet was because the Pcs run some applications on my supplier's side. I was wondering how do I configure my router/their router such that those PCs ( ie in the 172.14.33.0 subnet ) be authenticated with my server at the 192.168.1.0 subnet.


Thanks for any prompt reply

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by LarryD4 In reply to routing issues

If your going to be setting up routes between ip networks you should get a good routing book for your type. If its Cisco then it should be easy to find.

I have a ton of questions that need to be answered to give you a proper suggestion.

Such as;
how are you connecting these two networks
are you using a Point to point data circuit
are you using the internet access for each network to connect them?

and those are just a few.

I would suggest starting with the book first.

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by Dumphrey In reply to routing issues

are you sure you want to open up your network like that? I assume the 172.x.x.x is a DMZ OR a network controlled by a supplier. In either case you do not want unrestricted access between networks.

Another suggestion is to contact your supplier's IT staff and work together with them, since they will have to be involved.

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Routing

by Bapster In reply to My question is

You need to set up a Static route in the router to tell it about the 172 network

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