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Help please with Subnetting 6 years 3 months ago #35414

  • API182
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Hi All!

Basically, I need to point 2 subnets through one router on my network to allow both to have Internet access..., I am having great difficulty doing this though, I want to segregate the network into a Public Subnet and a Private Subnet.

The hardware I have is as follows: -

2x Netgear DG834
1x ZyXEL G4100v2 (With DHCP on)
1x 24 Port Switch (with 2 Gigabit Ports)
1x 16 Port Switch (with 1 Gigabit Port)
6x ZyXEL NWA1100 WiFi Access Points
1x Admin PC
1x File Server (Windows Based)
4x Normal Windows XP PC's)

I have attached an image of a Topology I have created of our network, I am having difficulty getting it working though however...



Can anyone assist, maybe someone can see from the Topology straight away what I am doing wrong..?

Thanks in Advance, Adam.
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Re: Help please with Subnetting 6 years 3 months ago #35418

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I don't see anything attached.

What is the exact 'difficulty' that you're having?
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Re: Help please with Subnetting 6 years 3 months ago #35419

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Hi, I've linked the image in now... basically I need to get 2 subnets through one router to get internet access to both subnets (mainly for security, I know its not as good as setting up a firewall with millions of rules etc... but its a start right?)

I was wondering if it can be done with the current hardware... (see picture)

Thanks, Adam.
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Re: Help please with Subnetting 6 years 2 months ago #35513

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Hi,

As per above scenario - u r using 3 n/w's 192.168.0.0 / 24 , 10.0.0.0 / 27, 192.168.1.0 /24, sp plz confirm which n/w u want to allow for internet access?
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