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Joining 2 networks 192.168.7 and 192.168.1

Due to the configuration on the company. They use 2 IP address. Joining 2 networks 192.168.7 and 192.168.1 so that the 192.168.7.*** can use one of the other systems.

Thank You, James Loebs

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Cisco Employee

Re: Joining 2 networks 192.168.7 and 192.168.1

James,

what's the question ???

What platform are you using ?

Where is the problem ?

Gilles.

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Re: Joining 2 networks 192.168.7 and 192.168.1

Hello Gilles

XP HOME ON 192.168.1.** AND 2000 PRO ON 192.168.7.**

NOT ABLE TO CONNECT TO EACH OTHER, both work fine on there own networks but need to share files.

Cisco Employee

Re: Joining 2 networks 192.168.7 and 192.168.1

ok.

This forum is for loadbalancers [CSS,CSM,...] and caching devices.

This is a generic network question, so I would suggest the network infrastructure forum.

If you want to share file accross a network, I believe you need some ip forwarder to catch L2 broadcast in 1 network and forward them to the 2nd network.

The command in each ethernet interface should be 'ip forward ...'

Gilles.

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