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Moving between subnets...

I have two routers A and B connected by serial interface. A and B has users who are mobile and move between lans...When users move, their TCP IP settings shudnt be changed.....A and B shud be configured to reflect this...

All helps are welcome.

Thanks

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New Member

Re: Moving between subnets...

Hi.

You can bridge between segments if you have a single subnet or if you want something more interesting you can try mobile IP...

Rgds.

NM

Re: Moving between subnets...

i dont want bridging, Definitely i can try Mobile IP, but i see Mobile IP is not supported in 1600s..Any reasons ?

Re: Moving between subnets...

Well Well...Much more simpler than mobile IP would be Mobile ARP or LAM...Local access mobility is working really cool for this situation.

Thanks

New Member

Re: Moving between subnets...

Thanks This may help a situation I am in. We have an outsourced network to ATT and outsourced servers to IBM . This creates a big problem when we have to move Manufacturing Lines between building that require specific IP addresses on Risc6000 or AS/4000 servers.

This feature may help me temporary move my printers without changing ip addresses that will take days - weeks for IBM to correct

Fred Keller CCIE 2029 .

New Member

Re: Moving between subnets...

Hi.

This is really cool. I didn't know this.

Thanks Shanky.

Rgds.

NM

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