This is a fun one you should only have to use one router to divide the networks in this case I would hook up the switch to one of the router ports and hook the 2003 server with the two users in the cpa firm and the phones to the switch. Then just throw the development server on a different port.evo22 said:I've read through most all of the post in this part of the forum. It's been a big help in what direction I need to go in.
I have two Windows 2003 Servers one has two users in our CPA firm and the other is a Windows 2003 server which is used as a programming development server. We need to make both of these networks completely separate from one another and only share the internet connection.
We have two routers one is a both are linksys one is wireless. I need a straight forward approach to this task. The less complicated the better. We also use VOIP telephone systems and my boss also wants to purchase a netgear 24 port gigabit switch.
Thanks in advance...
now this ip addressing sceme will waste alot of ip addresses but it will be easy to set up and functional. If you want I can do some serious subnetting for ya but this should do:
for the network with the phones use the 192.168.1.xnetwork and for the development server just use the 192.168.2.x network. use the 255.255.255.0 subnetmask.