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IP subnet of my LAN and the ip subnet of wireless can't see server?

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I have a LAN with an ip of 10.0.0.xxx and my wireless is 10.1.10.1.  My laptop is 10.1.0.150 and the server is 10.0.0.10.  I can map drives or see the server help.  My subnet is not talking to the other subnet.
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by:akb
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Is there any reason why all your devices aren't on the same subnet? You could make them all 10.0.0.xxx and they should work together.
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What is your subnet mask for each subnet? Is there a router of some kind in between?
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by:Imtiaz Hasham
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What device is segregating the two subnets?

The two subnets have to be given permission to access each other, depending on how you want the access to be setup.  They have to have DMZ (In this case, true DMZ - not end user router DMZ).
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kobi19860 earned 500 total points
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go to your comp
change your network settings:
change your subnet mask to different class.
kobi
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by:Clint Jones
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no answer worked in this situation
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for ClintStephenJones's comment #a40030384

for the following reason:

Because answer provided did help or give direction so had to go on my own to figure out
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We appreciate you didn't get a resolution from us but could you give us your resolution at least.
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The author didn't answer any of the expert's questions so it was not possible to help further.
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by:Clint Jones
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I used Google and my knowledge to make it work.

Used a wireless router that is pure pass thru. Instead of being a router it just passes the wireless on the same subnet LAN.

Didn't setup DMZ.  Would not worked in the environment due too some of the wireless devices and firewall it will not work to allow 2 different subnets to talk even with subnet mask changed.

So you used a dumb wireless to pass on internet with no routing.

Understand DMZ could have done the same. It would not worked in this scenario.
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