Talk to a 192.168 address from a 10.0 address
Many years ago I setup the school network on a single range [ only one server and a handful of PCs and printers ] - over the last 6 years it's exploded and now I am sorting out the iscsi san......my question:
Server has two IP addresses - one on a 10.0.0. subet, the other on a 192,168.0 subnet. The 192.168 is on a switch that goes to the iscsi san. The 10.0.0 goes to our main backbone switch. Both are managed switches. What I want to know is can a hook up both switches together so I can say talk to the iscsi [ 192 address ] from a 10.0.0. address ?
The reason being is that the san has a management port and you have to be plugged into the 192.168 switch to talk to it and configure it etc.
I am hoping you can configure a port on each switch so you can route the traffic - is this possible ? [ I think it must be using a VlAN ] but just need clarification before I go and start reading up on actually doing it....... So really it's a yes or no answer I want !!