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Posted on 2006-06-22
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Want to create 2 sites in my forest. Currently there is only 1 site (x.org)  Seems pretty simple alright? here is the snag.... We are now moving to a 23bit subnet (255.255.254.0).  We where running a 24bit subnet hospital wide.  Also our IP scheme has changed from 192.168.x.x to 172.x.x.x.  There are computers on both IP ranges.

Livingston hosptial OLD (192.168.8.x - 192.168.9.x) NEW (172.17.x.x - 172.19.x.x)
San Aug Hosptial OLD (192.168.15.x) NEW (172.18.x.x)

I need to know can I make a site that has 2 Ip ranges and 2 subnet's and then link it to the Lufkin hospital which is runing (172.16.x.x)?


                                                   Lufkin (192.168.1.x-192.168.7.x)/24 & (172.16.x.x)/23
                                                                                      ||
                                                                        ///////////    \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
                                                                       /                                        \
                                                                     /                                             \
                                                              Livingston (172/23 & 192/24)        San Aug (172/23 & 192/24)

Also maybe some documentation on creating a new site and linking it together.  I have only done this on paper when I was getting my MCSE....

Thank you for your time! IF my question isn't clear enough let me know.
Klint T.
A+, Network+, Security+, MCSA, MCSE: 2003



 
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just to clarify, are you not changing your entire network to a new range?

you have basically got the right mindset with this, subnet assignment will be your key within sites

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/technologies/directory/activedirectory/stepbystep/adsrv.mspx

easy as :) exactly like on paper....
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Well we are slowly but surly transversing  from 192 to 172 so yes we are changing the entire network.
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ah k then multiple assignment should make life smooth for you until you can convert them all
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