We have two separate networks in our office, 40 computers in the first one, and 25 in the other one. Each one has its own internet connection. Now I have to setup one Small Business Server 2008 to be the file server and Exchange for computers in both LANs. Second LAN don't have printers so I guess the normal way will be to join both LANs (switches and routers are in thge same room).
I've been thinking on what would be the best way to join this two LAN, but I need some experienced advice.
I have one Cisco 3560 to route between VLANs but I have no idea on how to do it. I thought that the configuration could be like this:
first LAN 40 computers will remail in the default VLAN1
I want VLAN 1 and VLAN 3 to be able to communicate with server and printers in VLAN2, but bot between them.
I need to keep both internet connections so the gateway will be different in each VLAN. What do you think, is this possible?, is there any better way to join this two LANs?.
Can I put both LANs in the same subnet and then use something else to route/block the traffic between all the computers?
Thank you very much and have a nice day,
I have this problem too.