Currently I only have 1 Cisco 2600 router, which connects serially to a leased line device, with an Ethernet port that connects to my LAN.
Currently, I would like to add a new LAN segment (different network) to my LAN.
My idea is to get a new Cisco router that has 1 serial interface (connects to the old 2600 router ) and 2 Ethernet interfaces (connects to the old LAN segment and the new LAN segment respectively). However, my old router does not have anymore serial port.
What can I do to solve this? Any input is welcomed
If your LAN is logically in multiple segments then to solve your situation we can have two sub interfaces on eth port of router. then we have to add both ports in static routes also.
this way we can route traffic in between both LAN segments as well as towards WAN also.
If your second LAN is also on different physical segment then we have to uplink that aggregation nearest to point of interconnection in between router and LAN say on directly connected switch on router.
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