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connect two different IP subnet
We have two separate network in two different location (separate IP address) that will put together in a single buidling.
To keep minimal change, I'm thinking of putting a router with two ethernet connecting to each network. Which cisco model could archive this result ? Is there any design that could fit my need ?
Switches / Hubs
8/22/2022 - Mon
What kind of routers/firewall do you use now?
Maybe your current hardware at one of the two locations can support both, if it has multiple interfaces.
Robert Sutton Jr
VLAN not an option?
Depending on the bandwidth that you require between the two subnets, a L3 switch might be more appropriate.
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
This is a Cisco 1800 router.
The switch in both offices in a normal switch - both support VLAN.
Any comment ?
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