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2 router on one network ?

Posted on 2011-09-05
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HI All ,

Have a working network 192.168.1.* with sbs2003(dhcp)  + 5 w/s & a VIOP box
want to put the VOIP box on a 2ed ADSL line so was thinking of:-

adsL1 - sbs2003 - w/s = 192.168.1.*

adsl 2 Voip - ipphones = 192.168.2.*

Need to keep them same netwok hub but put the voip calls through the 2ed adsl roueter?


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If you've not got VLAN switches then leave everything on the same network and have your SBS server with a default gateway of router 1 (say 192.168.1.254) and your VOIP box has a default gateway of router 2 (whaihc has an ip addrress of say 192.168.1.253)
You might need to exclude 192.168.1.253 from DHCP scope mind)
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I ll give that a try ,

thanks for the input
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Looks like thats working

thansks
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great !
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