connecting router 1600 series, model no 1603 to a switch
I have a router 1600 series, model no 1603 connected to the ISDN internetwork, presently it is connected to a standalone PC though the single 10baseT slot for the cable.
i want to conect the same to the switch so that the service on available on the ethernet(intranet) . so that other pcs can access the same. i have a novell netware 4.11 operating syatem presently running on the server. so how do i go about connecting the router to the switch ? do i use a crossover cable? what configuration has to be done on the client PC so that they can avail the service.
Re: connecting router 1600 series, model no 1603 to a switch
Sir, i have done as you had instructed. i connected the router to the switch using a straight cable. but now when i want to use the service i put in the gateway IP as that of the router. but since i had one machine using the service earlier it was using IP address 172.31.254.45 with subnet mask 255.255.255.252, now when i use this address only one machine still has access to the service, i want the other machines as well to access this service. so i do setup a subnet for this, or how do i go about it. if i have to setup a subnet then what are the valid subnet/IP host which i can assign to the machines. i want presently 5 machines to access the service.
as of now since the subnet mask is 255.255.255.252, i have at my disposal only 2 host addresses, ie 172.31.254.45 - for one host and 22.214.171.124 - for gateway.
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