>We currently have one class C network 184.108.40.206.
>How can we use another class C network on the same physical network?
Just do it.
Quote:>Is it just a case of running another set of DNS records for the new class
DNS only maps IP names to/from IP numbers - it is is *completely*
unaffected by the physical network topology.
Just put and extra route/ip address on your router's dowstream
interface. For details see the answer I gave to the same question
last week (thread mutatated into a far more interesting question about
ICMP_REDIRECTs and IP aliasing).
Alternatively use a 255.255.254.0 netmask. (I think someone else
explained that approach).
>Internet Access Ltd.
I think you shouldn't have put that on your post - do you really want
to advertise to the world that the Technical Manager of Internet
Access Ltd. doesn't fully understand TCP/IP subnetting?
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