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LAN within a LAN

LAN within a LAN

LAN within a LAN

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Hi,

The office space we use has a network that all the offices share. What I want to do is effectively create a local LAN within this LAN that only presents one IP to the rest of the network i.e. NAT but within a network. All the routers I can find seem to provide NAT but are DSL routers. i want one side of the router to be our local LAN and the other side to be the Building wide lan and only present one IP to Building side.

Does anyone know of a Router that works in this way.

Any help is as always greatly appreciated.

Cheers,
Chris

RE: LAN within a LAN

A DSL router will do this for you.

Plug the WAN side into your buildings LAN, plug all your office into the LAN ports.

<marc>   i wonder what will happen if i press this...

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