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Put two netwok on the same subnet mask

Put two netwok on the same subnet mask

Put two netwok on the same subnet mask

Hello everybody,two network are configured,site A ,site B. Each order are located from 2000 feet,so now for a particularly application we want to put them on the same subnet mask. Someone has a better idea on how to do it,we do not want to interconnect these two sites,we only just need to put them on the same subnet mask.

RE: Put two netwok on the same subnet mask

Details? IP addresses?
What do you mean, "we do not want to interconnect " - what's the point?

RE: Put two netwok on the same subnet mask

I am sorry,my explanation was not clear.
Ok the first site has an router IP as a default gateway and the ip range( - are the address network. The second site has an router as a default gateway and the range ( - the address network. These two buildings offer the same service,on the first site there is an IP PBX with the static ip that deliver DHCP address for 10 IP Phones and we want now to install an additional 7 IP Phones on the second site to allow users on the first site communicate with users on the second site through the IP PBX that has been installed on the first site,these two bulding are located to 2000 feet,we are not going to use a fiber cable to connect these two site. So to interconnect the two sites together this is why i m looking for. Any idea woulb much appreciated.
Thank you very much !

RE: Put two netwok on the same subnet mask

You have to chg to a diff net one of those like 192.168.6 nothing is going route if it thinks it's on it's own network already.

Mato' Was'aka

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