compatable ip scheeme question

i have a 10.0.0.0 / 255.255.255.0 network, what other ip scheeme can I put in play to isolate specific boxes (pc/servers) while still going out the 10.0.0.x gateway for interent access?
bcp_cnsllcAsked:
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AlanConsultantCommented:
Hi,

You can put the specific boxes on any other subnet to 'isolate' them, and have them use a router on that other subnet (LANside) that is connected (WANside) to your existing 10.0.0.0/24 subnet.

For example:

Add a router into your 10.0.0.0/24 subnet (connected to your existing subnet on its WAN side) and set it up to control a 10.0.1.0/24 subnet on its LAN side.

Add those specific boxes to the 10.0.1.0/24 subnet, and they will get 'out' to the internet via the new router first, and then via your existing gateway.

Does that help and make sense?

Alan.

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bcp_cnsllcAuthor Commented:
yes it does and I guess I should had added this. there is an beyound ancient router that I cant replace and will not allow for that kind of interaction. I was hoping to do with just ip outright - aka config ipv4 on box x with a 10.10.0.1 (ex) and have go out.
AlanConsultantCommented:
Hi,

No obvious need to replace the existing router is you go with the above option - just add another router in.

Your existing router won't know or care that the new device is a router rather than, say, a PC.

Alan.
masnrockCommented:
What type of router do you have? If it supports VLANs, then take advantage of that on the LAN side.
AlanConsultantCommented:
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