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    New IP Range, Different Subnet

    A bit of a daft question, but I need some help! We currently have an IP address range with a subnet mask of 255.255.252.0, which due to the popularity of BYOD, is about to run out. We've acquired a new IP address range from our Local Authority, where the subnet mask is 255.255.224.0 ... I've added the new range to DHCP, but how exactly do I allow devices to communicate between the two subnet masks? I've had a quick search on Google, but I cannot find anything relating to this. Can anyone help?

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    If you seprate subnets are 192.168.1.x and 10.13.15.x you need a layer 3 router to bridge the subnets. Or f you want you can use a server with the routing role.

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    What switching do you have?

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    Layer 3 device is required, IE a router. Just route between the two networks - you can use static routing between the two subnets.

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