Setting up a default gateway - Windows Network
Posted on 2011-03-16
10.26.44.1-254 / 24 IP Range
Domain Controller/DHCP/DNS setup on 10.26.44.10
Using 2 x Cisco 3750 (Cascaded)
I have setup the DC and configured DNS. In getting to look at things, I can't for the life of me remember how to configure the Default Gateway. Is the default gateway the IP address of the Switch (?) or is it the IP address of the DNS/Domain Controller (in which case I either need to add a second NIC and assign the .1 or add it as a second NIC to the system)?
The Domain Controller DHCP will be handing out DHCP addresses to a group of machines that will be in a different IP Range (Different VLAN).. and the VLAN will assumably be configured on the switch.
Various systems in the 10.26.44.XX range will need to get to that second VLAN as well, but they will have a second IP address in that range to "see" that network.
So in terms of configuring the default gateway on a flat network (where would I do that)?
II am not sure why I can't figure this out, I must just be really tired... lol..
Thanks For Any Help!