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One Server multiple Subnets

Hello All,

I want to configure a single print servers for multiple subnets envorinment, i.e I have 10.0.0.0 network then I have 192.168.1.0 and some more subnets and networks .Can I have a single print server for all my users,If yes how can I achive this?

Thanks in advance.

Regards

Divyendu

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Re: One Server multiple Subnets

you need just to have routing between the different subnets.

you need a L3 switch for example to do this routing and some layer 2 switches to connect end users

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Re: One Server multiple Subnets

Hello OHassir,

Thanks for your quick and kind reply.I do not have L3 Switch do you think I have solution in this case.

THanks & Regards

Divyendu

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Re: One Server multiple Subnets

i need to know more infos:

these subnets, are they in the same LAN? if yes how are they connected? L2 switch? wich one?

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Re: One Server multiple Subnets

divyendu_bhatt, you can use a router with teh layer 2 switch for vlans. For that you need to create Switched Virtual Interfaces (SVI). Use google to understand SVI and use of inline router...

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Re: One Server multiple Subnets

Hello Mohsin,

Thanks for the the information I have started working on the same by your clue.

Regards

Divyendu

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