troubleshooting Question

Routing seperate Networks

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Hi,

It's been a very long time for me with this stuff and need some help.

I am trying to seperate my users from my servers based on the existing network setup.
currently everything here is on 10.2.99.x 255.255.255.0 so we are running out of IP's for our infrastucture devices (servers, printer etc.etc.)
What I was thinking was add another network 10.3.99.0 255.255.255.0
Am on the right track, or am I over complicating it?  If I am on the right track using cisco devices how do I get the routers 10.3.99.1 and 10.2.99.1 to talk.

Thanks in advance.
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Marius Gunnerud
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