I have a question regarding the best way to grow my network. I provide Internet to a couple hundered customers and use private static IPs (10.50.10.x - 255.255.255.0). I use a cisco 2621 router as gateway 10.50.10.1.
I've outgrown the single subnet and want to add new customers on 10.50.20.x addresses.
What is the best recommendation for this expansion? Should I just add another cisco router as 10.50.20.1? Or can the single cisco router act as a gateway for multiple subnets? If so, what commands would I need to add.
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