How to create two IP ranges to connect to one server

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Configure Switch Routing
HP ProCurve
HP switches
IP range
Switches
I need to configure a new switch with a different IP range (172.16.32.x) to access the current server (172.16.0.x)

Software/Hardware used:
HP Procurve 2910al & HP Procurve 2810
ASKED: July 19, 2010  11:13 AM
UPDATED: December 19, 2010  7:51 PM

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You will need some type of device that will act as a layer-3 router between these subnets. It will be the gateway between the subnets and will have to understand what interface(s) to use for each subnet.

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  • TheITProjectBlog
    Hi, Can you provide more information? What is the subnet mask you are using on the IP Addresses? Let me know, might be able to help Kind regards Raj Web Designer of Chennai Office Space Blog Contributor to Outlook Problems at The IT Project Blog
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  • Veldleeu
    Both Switches are Layer 3 and the subnet mask will be 255.255.255.0 for all networks.
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  • Darkstar911
    You can use a layer 3 switch and create mutliple vlans.
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