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We currently are planning on adding a test environment to our network, but would like to keep the two domains separate.  Our current production domain is 192.168.100.xxx with a subnet of 255.255.255.0.  I would like to use a totally different IP subnet (172.16.3.xxx) for the test domain.  I would like the test domain to be able to access the internet at gateway address 192.168.100.254.  Is there a simple way to set this up?  All servers are Windows 2003 Standard servers.

Any assistance would be appreciated.
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You will need to add a router of some sort between the two networks. You could add a physical device, , even most $50 home Internet routers will work, or add a second network adapter to a server and use a static route add command, or enable Routing and Remote Access on the server and configure the routing through that.
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Thanks cytogenadmin,
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