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Connect 2 lans to 1 broadband connect using Draytek 2800 Router

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I have 2 small LANs which I'd like to connect to the Internet using 1 Draytek Vigor 2800 router.

Lan 1 and Draytek router is all working fine.
(1xWin2000 server as DHCP, 8xPCs, 192.168.50.x)

I'd like to add Lan 2 - keeping it separate from LAN1 but with Internet access
(1xWin2003 server as DHCP, 2xPCs, 192.168.51.x)

Any help greatly appreciated

Robin
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You want to set up a VLAN for each network.  See here: http://www.support.draytek.co.uk/kb_vigor_vlan.html

The 2800 does support this, I use them quite regularly for their VPN capabilities.
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Many thanks indeed, I will give this a go.
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