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TOPIC: 2 subnets, one gateway advice needed

2 subnets, one gateway advice needed 7 years 2 months ago #36929

Hi

I need to setup some pc's for public use. We have only one internet connection / gateway (linksys router). My guess is to setup a subnet so the internal network will not be exposed.

How would be able to set up two subnets with only one internet connection/gateway? Would I need 2 routers or would one be sufficient?

Many thanks in advance
Richard

Re: 2 subnets, one gateway advice needed 7 years 2 months ago #36931

Hi Richard,

I think you have a Wi_Fi setup at your place as you are using linksys ( which mostly used for Wi_Fi.

I think you have to use one more router and configure NAT on it.

Regards
Alok.

Re: 2 subnets, one gateway advice needed 7 years 2 months ago #36934

Many Thanks

Re: 2 subnets, one gateway advice needed 7 years 2 months ago #36939

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Richardbee,

If you have a Linksys router, I'd advise you check out www.dd-wrt.com and see if you model is amongst the compatible list. ddwrt is an open source firmware that was created for a number of Linksys devices that extends the functionality of the product, to over needs such as the one you mentioned.

I've used (and still do) it to cover all sorts of wierd scenarios - its extremely flexible and highly recommend if you don't want to purchase more equipment.

Cheers,

Re: 2 subnets, one gateway advice needed 7 years 2 months ago #36940

Thanks Chris for sharing such a great information. I was not aware of it.


Many Thanks.
Alok.

Re: 2 subnets, one gateway advice needed 7 years 1 month ago #36958

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