Need to add an additional subnet
Posted on 2009-05-12
We are currently using subnet 192.168.0.X and will soon be adding more devices. At that point we will run out of IP addresses. I want to add subnet 192.168.1.X. We are using a Cisco ASA5510 (as our firewall/default gateway, ip address 192.168.0.1) and a Cisco switch stack. I have added another scope to our DHCP server (192.168.1.X) and created a Superscope with both the existing scope and the new scope. I configured an additional interface on the ASA5510 and connected it to our switch stack, although I'm not sure if that was necessary. I also created another subnet in Active Directory Sites and Services (the orignal subnet wasn't listed, so I added that as well). I can create a reservation on the new scope and use an ip address from it, but that computer cannot see any network resources or access the internet. I know I am missing something (maybe at the switch?), but I'm not sure what. Help!