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Can 3CRWDR300-73 connect to two networks?

wz9919_1
Occasional Advisor

Can 3CRWDR300-73 connect to two networks?

I just bought a 3CRWDR300-73 to replace our existing Nettopia router. We have two networks: 192.168.1.0 and 192.168.2.0. These two networks can be shared for each other and can access Internet. Can anybody tell me to use 3CRWDR300-73 in this situation?

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Tee-Time
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Re: Can 3CRWDR300-73 connect to two networks?

You need to use a subnet mask that includes both networks. i.e 255.255.0.0 or 255.255.254.0. This would allow both networks to communicate with each other and get to the Internet. Be sure to make the LAN IP of the

3CRWDR300-73, the Default Gateway for all PC's



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This message was edited by Tee-Time on 10-27-09 @ 5:16 PM
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