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Same Network but use 2 different IP to access Internet

Hi all,

I've a query ...

Can I use 2 IP to let my network access the internet? As in maybe all servers are grouped into one group and the users are grouped to another... but ultimately they are all connected in one network. Can it be done by the switches (non CISCO switch)?
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Yan_westCommented:
If your switches supports VLan, and routing between the Vlan, you will be able to do that with no problem. You will have to configure 2 Vlan ID, and seperate your servers from your workstation by putting them each in a different Vlan. You will have to put them both in a different subnet, and have the switch, or a router route the traffic between the 2..
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Yan_westCommented:
You can also do that with a Firewall With multiple interfaces.. in your case it would be 3..
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