Alright, this is going to sound really stupid but I've just overconfused myself.
Here is a little background info.
I have a cisco 3560G
We currently have a 10.1.2.0 255.255.255.0 subnet
All workstations are on VLAN10 as well as anything on the 10.1.2.0 network.
If i want to start IPing some machines as 10.1.3.0 what do I need to do? We have other machines on the same network as 10.1.5.0 and so on but those sites are connected with routers so it knows where to put the information...
can i add a secondary IP to vlan 10 so I can give a machine on 10.1.3.0 a correct gateway? (assuming i do the configuration on the 3560G) or do I just add a secondary IP to the 3560 itself and use that as the gateway?
I know it's a bad idea to do this but i'm just curious as to how to make this work...i believe my issue is i don't have a gateway for a machine on 10.1.3.0 to talk to so the switch can tell it how to talk to the other networks and i'm not sure how to assign one to that switch.