Posted: Mon Mar 09, 2015 8:03 Post subject: Add subnet
We've been running our company network on a dd-wrt router for years. About 150 LAN-clients.
We have a classic 10.0.0.x network. It's a domain with a Windows 2008 SBS server.
I would like to create a 2nd subnet (VLAN), with the 10.0.1.x IP-address range.
Can someone please provide me steps?
- I know that I have to configure 1 LAN-port of the router to the new VLAN.
- The SBS server manages the DHCP on our 10.0.0.x-network. Can I keep this but let the router be the DHCP-server of the 10.0.1.x-network?
- Can it be configured that the clients of both network can access each other as if they were on the same network. e.g. no firewall between them?
- Can I do this with unmanaged switches?
Please see the first post in this forum. Your question is not an appropriate one for this forum if you wish to get meaningful assistance.
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