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Re: quick question?
- From: HyunSeog Ryu
- Date: Thu Sep 17 10:30:10 1998
I think, you can use virtual address (especially in Cisco, ip address ...
For example, router has 184.108.40.206 as local network's ethernet port.
If you want to use new address block at same network,
you can assign 220.127.116.11 to same port's secondary.
It's syntax is simple.
If your cisco router port is e0, you can use this serial command as reference.
Password: <-- enter enable password
ip address 18.104.22.168 255.255.255.224 secondary
It is simple. If the customer's network has one backbone, this method can
handle their network as seperate two network. ;>
And every computer set their subnet's router IP address for their gateway
Is it clear?
If you have problem with this, please e-mail me. ;>
Kyle D. Smith wrote:
> First of all, i know that this is not the best place to ask this quesiton,
> but it is the only place that can quickly come to mind...
> I have a customer who has a block of 62 ip addresses (22.214.171.124 ->
> 126.96.36.199 and one for network/brodcast). They are current expanding
> their network, and need around 30 more ip addresses. I went ahead and
> allocated them the following IP address pool (188.8.131.52 ->
> 184.108.40.206 with network/brodcast address.) I attempted to use the new
> address on a Apple Macintosh (PowerMac 6500/75) and it erturned an error
> message saying that the router was not on the subnet, and that it could
> not use the new address. I know I should remember how to fix that, but I
> am not sure what to do.... Any help or guidence would be greatly
> appreciated. Thank you very much.
> -Kyle Donald Smith
> -Systems Administrator
> -Community Internet Access, Inc.