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Setting up multiple networks/subnets on a single router.

 
kevinmanuel
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Setting up multiple networks/subnets on a single router.

Hi,

Is it possible?At work we have a DDNS server, a web server, and a switch with a dozen PCs connected to it.I'd like to set up the DDNS server on its own subnet (192.168.5.x), the web server on (192.168.10.x), and the PCs with (192.168.15.x). The company I work for leased three static IPs, so we'll have each subnet assigned its own public IP (for remote access, among other things).

If it is possible, then do I need to set up the router with not just the three public IPs, but also the three default gateway addresses somehow? And how would I specify each combination of public/private IPs?

Please help

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.



Thanks