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TFTP on mutiplesubnets?

TFTP on mutiplesubnets?

TFTP on mutiplesubnets?

(OP)
I have an ip office on 1 subnet and need 2 other subnets to be able to access them(PHONE MANAGER,SOFTCONSOLE)The IT people say they have done everything on their end,how is the set up different from from all being on one subnet.
                                              Please HELP!!!

RE: TFTP on mutiplesubnets?

Dont understand, can you please explain in more detail.

RE: TFTP on mutiplesubnets?

(OP)
I have 3 different companies working on 1 ip office, the 3 companies are all on different subnets(10.204.1.?  , 10.14.1.?) They all need to be able to access the tftp server for phone manager(All phones on system are digital)The subnets are linked threw V Lan ports on the data switch.What do i do different from if they were all on the same subnet?

RE: TFTP on mutiplesubnets?

Sounds like you need to ad an ip route to the IP offcie pointing trafic to the correct gateway

ie IPO on 192.68.0.0, users on 192.168.1.0

Route 192.168.1.0
mask 255.255.255.0
Gateway <ip address on router on 192.168.1.0 network>
dest Lan1

you will also need to make sure that the other customers router knows how to reach the IPO

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