I have two LAN , let s call it LAN –X and LAN-Y , in same building (building 1 ).
Now , as shown in Diagram attached, LAN Y users want to use Microsoft Navision , as LAN X users , do in their LAN ( there is only two users now in LAN -Y, who want to access Microsoft Navision now from LAN X).
Both LAN have their own Domain controllers and are different Microsoft domain ( windows 2010), and all the users are using windows 7 in their PC,ok…. then , there is a “ Setup /executable file”, which is run at any (each) new client computers at LAN X for only first time to make the , username , password login page of Microsoft Navision to appear , also once that installation is over , a short cut appear in the desk top, which obviously when double clicked provides the , username and password log in page- at the next time when the user want to use Microsoft Navision.
So in this scenario, what is the best solution to provide LAN Y user with access to Microsoft Navision that works in LAN X.
Also note that , Both LAN have different IP range/ subnet.
Also ,there is additional “HIGH PRIORITY” requirement /Condition that , any connection or setup we make here , should “only” allow users from LAN Y , to access Microsoft Navision that is under Nortel switch (LAN X), and this connection or setup , should not in any case let any other access in to any resources in LAN Y ( like share drive -file server , and Exchange server etc in LAN Y) , from LAN X,( that should be blocked ) – only Microsoft Navision access from LAN Y to LAN X, nothing more Please.
Also, regarding details about LAN X, we have only limited access in to details, since that is not under my direct management. so please don’t ask much details about LAN X, but for enabling your solution , if we want to get some details, that can be requested from the administrator of that network and received officially. But I have to request one time , and my requirement should be clear and technically justified .
And, please try to guide me on method ,such that ,I can implement this solution with limited information from LAN X or with making limited changes in LAN X, but I also understand that some configuration’s are mandatory to be added to their switches or IT setup , so that is not a issue , i hope you understand what i mean .
Also, I got some IT person, asking me to create, trust between the domain, but
Creating a trust between the domains of windows ( I think if it is just Microsoft Navision , we don’t have to create trust between the domain since we can just make switches to route to directly to Navision server, or so) and also this trust may will grand them to access my file server ( share drive ) , or windows Domain details or May be my exchage server details.
Ok …. , friends I want to know
1. Your suggestion or suggestion’s if you are the administrator of this network.
2. also , clear , Steps to implement you suggestion , for example if you ask me to connect both switches ( Cisco and Nortel ) with a LAN cable , since it is in one building and configure it as trunk port , and insert some routing commands… in switch And…………And ……..And……..!! ( I don’t know what I have to fill in this , blank /dash area, here is what I need your help, that is to , please give me the correct steps , as step 1 , step 2 and step 3) , to complete that process and to make sure , only Microsoft Navision can be accessed from LAN Y to LAN X ( as mentioned above).
Thanks’ and thanks in advance for every single second you spend typing answer for answering my doubt. Navission-sharing-.jpg
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