How to connect 2 networks with different class address

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Mar 13th, 2009
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Hi,

I'm studing some network configuration and I need some help:


I've got 2 network configuered as:


Network 1:

DLINK DIR-300 Wireless access point with a IP: 172.16.0.115

One computer (Computer 1) wireless connected to this access point.


Network 2:

Linksys WRT54G Wireless access point with a IP: 192.168.0.1

One computer (Computer 2) wireless connected to this access point.



I would like the Computer 1 be able to connect to the Computer 2.


How can I do it ?

Do I need to add some router between the two networks ?

If yes, which kind of router ?


Thank you for your help

Best regards,

dgc

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dgcmorelli Sat, 03/14/2009 - 01:50
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Hi Istvan Rabai,

what do you mean by normal router ? Have you got some reference ?

I've seen one called RVS4000, do you know it ? Do you think it can route a network IP address class B to a class C ?


cheers

Davide

Istvan_Rabai Sat, 03/14/2009 - 02:30
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Hi Davide,


I don't know RVS4000.

All Cisco routers are able to route traffic between any classes of addresses.


Depending on the traffic volume and other features you need, you have to select a router that best suits your needs.


Here's the link for you to search by features:

http://tools.cisco.com/ITDIT/CFN/jsp/index.jsp


Istvan

dgcmorelli Mon, 03/16/2009 - 01:13
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Hi Istvan,

I'll have a look to your link .....


Cheers

Davide

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