Inside our firewall, I use Cisco Catalyst 2924 XL and 3548 XL for our internal LAN. We use Class B private addressing on the internal LAN and only use one subnet currently. What do I have to do to add a second subnet for a particular group of PCs so that they're separate from the original subnet yet can still access the same Windows NT domain controllers for user authentication? Thank you.
You don't mention what type of firewall you use in the config but let's assume a PIX firewall. I would put the particular users in a separate VLAN, readdress the PC's, and install/connect up another NIC in the firewall and setup the firewall to allow the PC's communication to the servers on the
necessary ports/IP addresses. Under the PIX firewall documentation you should find some useful documentation even if you're not using a PIX.
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