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TOPIC: Two IP Classes On One Network

Two IP Classes On One Network 10 years 4 months ago #25667

Is it possible to have 10.x.x.x and 192.x.x.x on one network? Would placing a router as a bridge connecting them allow these two classes to communicate?

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Re: Two IP Classes On One Network 10 years 4 months ago #25669

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You cannot bridge them as IP is at Layer 3 wich will need to be routed.

An older way around that is to use Proxy ARP but these days its not used a lot.

Proxy ARP listens for an ARP request and if its through a router to another subnet, the router will responsed with its MAC and then forward the traffic through.

Re: Two IP Classes On One Network 10 years 4 months ago #25671

Just a router as router would be more as enough.

10.x.x.x can communicate with 192.x.x.x if you have a Router with multiple or sub-interface to support this.

Or isn't this what ur looking 4?

Re: Two IP Classes On One Network 10 years 4 months ago #25673

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Is it possible to have 10.x.x.x and 192.x.x.x on one network? Would placing a router as a bridge connecting them allow these two classes to communicate?

Thanks,
Aspiring Techy :D


By "one Network" did you mean "one LAN segment" ?

Re: Two IP Classes On One Network 10 years 4 months ago #25678

Yes I meant one LAN segment.

Thanks for the reply everyone.

One more question just to clarify, instead of a router could I use a linux box with two IPs? I mean to have one IP on each LAN segment and therefore acting as a router. Because the LAN segments are physically all connected.

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Re: Two IP Classes On One Network 10 years 4 months ago #25687

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You can use anything that is able to plug into both segments and route traffic. Linux, windows server (using RRAS), WatchGuard Firebox, Router, etc...
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