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quick help needed 10 years 1 month ago #25931

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I have test beds in the 172.16.110.xxx series and my server has a ip of 10.13.221.xxx.. what and which are the best ways to have connection between them????

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Re: quick help needed 10 years 1 month ago #25940

You need a layer 3 device doing inter vlan routing.

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Re: quick help needed 10 years 1 month ago #25944

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As m2r007 noted, you will require a layer 3 switch that will perform the routing between the two networks.

The same result can be archived with a server or router that will need to exist in both logical networks simultaneously so it can perform the routing.

I'd also suggest you take a quick look at our article covering subnet communications and routing to help give you a more graphical view of the above suggestions:

www.firewall.cx/ip-subnetting-routing.php

Cheers,

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thanks 4 the reply guys 10 years 1 month ago #25954

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pcs in ip addr range 10.13.217.xxx can access the test beds but not 10.13.221.xxx ...........r they in diff subnet?? or Access list blocking???

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Re: quick help needed 10 years 1 month ago #26121

Depends, what are the subnet masks in use?

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Re: quick help needed 10 years 1 month ago #26127

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It would help of you could give us more details about your network. What router(s), subnet-masks used, how they are connected.

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