Two subnets with different mask on a single router?
Hello. I'm needing assistance with the setup of two subnets within a single router.
Here's my information:
Router has only two GigabitEthernet interfaces.
GigabitEthernet0/0 has 172.20.0.1 ip and 255.255.252.0 mask.
GigabitEthernet0/1 has 172.21.0.1 ip and 255.255.128.0 mask
Now, on each side there is a Switch with two computers.
I need to have 1 computer on each side on the same subnet, and the other one on a different subnet, meaning a pc on the same side cannot communicate with the other computer on its side, but can with another computer on the other side.
I have no idea how to configure this on the router, can anyone please help me?
Unfortunately they are not giving me the choice of making my own net design. I need to setup this with all the devices mentioned (1 router, 2 switches, 4 pcs).
Please don't take this the wrong way but is this a homework type test because the above makes no sense otherwise. You don't setup networks having to use certain equipment whether it is needed or not, you just setup the network using what is needed.
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