troubleshooting Question

Two Subnets On Same Physical LAN on SBS2003 domain

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I have a SBS2003 domain with a 192.168.0.x , I have a vendor that installed some audio equipment that has to be on a separate subnet 192.168.3.x . These are connected to the same physical LAN and need to be able to communicate between the 192.168.0.x & 192.168.3.x - and the 192.168.3.x needs access to internet (192.168.0.2)GW

I have created a route statement in the SBS2003 server - but still cannot get them to ping or communicate. My server's IP is 192.168.0.1 and gateway 192.168.0.2

I am missing something somewhere.
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