Hey everyone. We had some serious issues between Building 1 (B1) and Building 2 (B2). And the only way we arrived at to fix them, was to put each in a separate VLAN.
So B1 is 192.168.10.x, 255.255.255.0
B2 is 192.168.11.x, 255.255.255.0
Each site has its own server. Well now the folks in B2 need to access B1's server. How do I go about doing that?? Will I have to "widen" the subnet mask to 255.255.0.0, or can I make the 2 users at B2 who need access to the B1 server members of two VLANs??
I am obviously pretty new to this, and would appreciate any help!
hopefully you didn't just have 2 switches hooked together , if so you are going to have to invest in a router or a l2/3 switch to route between the vlans . If you have a router it should just route between them , if these are switches then you have to have a way to route between the vlans .
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