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How to connect a SHDSL service and an ADSL service into one switch

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Hello experts,

We have an adsl line for our internet, email etc, gateway ip 192.168.10.1.
We have ordered a SHDSL service and i need to add this service to the same switch. Can i give the shdsl router 192.168.10.2 and put the pc's to use this as the gateway?

 i can keep the adsl line for the mail server only and get the staff to use the shdsl service for internet only. Can this be done or do i need to do some changes in the routing table. The easiest solution please.

Thanks again
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Yes you can.

Make the clients us 192.168.10.2 as their gateway and leave 192.168.10.1 as the gateway on the mail server.

Any direct communication from the clients to the mail server is not being raouted as they are on the same subnet. Just make sure everything is on the same physical network.
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Thanks mate - this worked
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