Re: Networking Problem - yup
Alvin Oga wrote:
yup ... your mask 255.255.255.0 says use only the last octet ..
10.0.0.x is NOT in the same network as 10.1.1.x
it's doing what you told it ... maybe not what you want
if you want to use 10.0.0.2 ... don't... "0" is best used for network name
use 10.1.1.2 and your troubles is over
if you insist on using 10.w.y.x ... use 255.0.0.0 for your mask
and change anything you like except 10
if you insist on using 10.0.y.x ... use 255.255.0.0 for your mask
and only change y.x
if you like a "class c" of 10.0.0.x ..... use 255.255.255.0 for your mask
and only change "x"
Thanks for the reply, I was wondering what a good way of subnetting my networks
would be.. What would be be advisable for someone with a DMZ and a LAN, and
another LAN inside the first LAN
(basically, I live upstairs from where i work, and I've set up a DMZ and LAN
downstairs for work, then I have my own personal server upstairs (the one with
the problem) with my own personal LAN behind it.)
Currently I'm just using 10.0.0.* for the LAN, 10.0.1.* for the DMZ, and
10.1.1.* for my upstairs LAN, with 255.255.255.0 as the mask for all.
However, I had no problem with the network before my server had a hard shutdown,
but I still was interested in bettering my network.
Thanks for any advise.