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How to create two separate domains

Posted on 2011-09-29
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Hello Experts:

I have a task to setup another separate network so that I can migrate several companies over to the new network.  My current network is name mycompany.local and the new network will be newcompany.local (example).  Each will have their own exchange server and forest.  I have a virtual system so I can setup as many servers as I need.

My question is how do I create another separate network?  
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The easiest way to do this would be to use vlan's. What make and model of switches do you have?
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I have netgear 48 port GS748T switch.  Also, I have a Juniper SSG 5 Router.
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The switch supports Vlan's. The easiest way for you to do this is to logon to the switch and change the ports to the desired vlan. eg network 1 - vlan 1 network 2 - vlan 2 and its as easy as that. The vm server put 1 nic in vlan 1 and nic 2 in vlan 2. You could tag the traffice but its easier to do it this way.
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Sounds good.  That makes sense.  I will give it a try!  I will go ahead and award you the points.  Thanks!
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