We have an existing network with a switch and a few servers connected to it. Now we are going to have a new network with a broadband modem for connecting to the isp, a router that connects to the modem and a switch which the router and new workstations connects to.
Now we need to connect the 2 network together because the workstations will need to talk to the servers on the seperate network. At the same time, we would like to give internet access to the workstations.
The 2 networks work fine when standalone but when we try to connect the 2 networks together (see attached diagram). The workstations are not able to see the servers. The router has got dhcp on.
May i know what ip ranges and subnet i should assign for the new network so that it can be on internet and at the same time able to communicate with the servers on the existing network.