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How can I build a subnet for my network

by andrewgomes / June 13, 2014 2:05 AM PDT

I've recently moved home so I've decided to "build" a better home network since the other cable provider I had only gave me problems.

I run a home business so I have three servers
A Active Directory AD, with DNS, DHCP, a CentOS with Apache and MySQL, and a mail server (I have a dedicated IP so I can run a mailserver without a problem). I want to create a subnet so I can put the client computers on it and leave the servers on the main network 10.0.1.X and the clients on the 10.0.2.X

I want to the clients to be able to connect to the servers so they can login to the AD.

I have two routers one the cable provider gave me, and another router I bought and flashed it with DD-WRT this router is a wireless router.

Can someone help me out or tell me how I can achive this?

I made a diagram to see what I mean

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Thank you

Andrew
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Why?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 13, 2014 2:16 AM PDT

Since we have "switched" hubs wouldn't you be working hard with no visible payoff?

That is, given you know networking, why would you do this today?
Bob

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by andrewgomes / June 13, 2014 2:50 AM PDT
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So I can keep clients on a subnetwork and servers on the other....

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Which is moot on a switched hub.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 13, 2014 3:24 AM PDT
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I fear you are reading from some old text book. That is, you could do this, but then given how a switched hub works you would see no gain for your efforts. Your post and reply tells me you need more reading and classes on today's gear.
Bob

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