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help 10 years 8 months ago #12709

  • Coolhemz
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I have 3 systems with static ip address working in a LAN.
System 1 - Has a class A ip address 10.156.10.1
System 2 - Has a class A ip address 10.156.10.2
System 3 - Has a class A ip address 11.157.11.5

Can I add a ip address 11.157.11.0 to have the system on the networked with each other.Lets says that changing the Ip address is ruled out for system 3.
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Re: help 10 years 8 months ago #12714

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In order to enable communication between the two subnets, you will need to use a router. This could take the form of a standalone device or you could add a second NIC to System 3 and give it a static address in the 10.156.10.x range. Doing this may however introduce security risks depending on your setup.
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