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access problem on remote sites

i have two remote locations the subnet on one side is 255.255.0.0 on other site it is 255.255.255.0

earlier i had class c subnet mask at first site also

but after changing it to class b iam not able to accesspc at remote site with class b subnet mask

i changed the subnet mask on remote site to class b but still the problem is there

do i need to change the fastethernet subnet also on remote router side

can anyone give me a hint what should i do

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Re: access problem on remote sites

Hi,

I couldn't clearly understand your problem, but the rule is simply that: if you have an ethernet segment connected to a router's ethernet interface, both the pcs on segment and ethernet interface of the router must have the same subnet mask. Because the router's interface is the default gateway of that segment. So if you don't set the same mask on router interface and pc, the pc can't find the way out of its segment.

hope this helps

Re: access problem on remote sites

To clarify, can you paste sh run?

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Re: access problem on remote sites

yaa i got ur point

listen now

my initial ip routes also have to be changed so that new routes signify my new ip addressing scheme woth 16 bit subnet

is that right?

secondaly in lan setup subnet doesnt make a difference

if my pcs have 16bit subnet and my server has 24 bit subnet will that make a difference?

i hope u reply soon

thanx

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