how to set up this complicated network ?

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I have 3 different LANs. 3 modems and 3 switches. i want 1 server pc one of them and other client pc connected with it. so that every client pc can share the files with server and other pc. and even i want svn on server for sub version and central backup. what should i do ?

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windows 7, tortoise svn
ASKED: September 24, 2012  1:09 PM

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case one : if you want all PCs be with the server subset (network segment) just connect the all in one switch and you can share the files easily

case two:  if you want to make the server in different subset (network) from the other PCs you must make on router between them , you can connect the all in on switch or more and connect the router with those switch , all PCs must have Router;s IP as gateway (if u make different subsets you must give router one ip from those range of different IPs ) that;s all

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    I have 3 different LANs. 3 modems and 3 switches. i want 1 server pc one of them and other client pc connected with it. so that every client pc can share the files with server and other pc. and even i want svn on server for sub version and central backup. what should i do ? 
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