I have a client that is moving into a new serviced office, they get their broadband included.
My concern is that their current ip range is 192.168.0.1 and the serviced office is allocating them with an ip range of 10.248.203.66 / 10.248.203.77
Their current SBS server is running exchange and the ip address of this server is 192.168.0.2.
In the past I have tried changing the IP range of a test server and the exchange crashed and wouldn't work with a new IP range, i.e. 192.168.1.2
So for that reason I am not going to change the IP address of the server to the 10.248.203.66 IP range.
A solution I feel is to purchase an 8 port un-managed switch and install this within the comms room - I can then port the CAT5 points in their office into this switch and away we go. (they will then patch a cabling into this switch of ours to give internet access)
Can anyone see any issues with this setup?