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Seperating Windows IP Network Traffic and Novell IPX Network Traffic

I'm thinking about seperating a Windows(IP) and Novell(IPX) network using a 2620 router w/ two fast ethernet interfaces. My goal is to create a seperate broadcast domain for both networks. However, clients on the Windows (IP) network will need access to the Novell (IPX) Network.

1) Will the above scenario work?

2) If the scenario will work, how will the clients on the Windows(IP) network communicate to the Novell(IPX) network?

-Thanks

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Re: Seperating Windows IP Network Traffic and Novell IPX Network

Ip and IPX are two different destop protocols so if the client is using the IP and IPX both on their PC, then they need both protocols running on that router interface.

If you are doing IP implementation of the Novell, then there is the possibility.

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