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aij07
Posts: 26

Hello guys!

I am planning to implement another server for my company. Do you think this is possible?

INTERNET (provider) --> ROUTER --> SERVER1 (existing already)
--> SERVER2

--> (via hub) NETWORK1 (existing)
--> (via hub) NETWORK2 (existing)

Scenario: Workstations in both networks has to access both servers.

Actually, I am planning to implement an intranet-based system. I cannot implement it on the existing server because its already loaded. So, other choice would be putting a new server.

And my question is, how will I configure my network so that the workstations will be directed to the new server? And how will I configure that server to use a defined IP address?

Thanks!

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warlock
Posts: 4100

http://www.howtogeek.com/50570.....p-address/ See if this will help with what you want to do.

Posted 4 years ago
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aij07
Posts: 26

I see.

With that reference given, are the ports in the illustrations are "user-defined" ports or they are standards or whatever that are set to be uniformly used all over the world? I am sorry, I am not that good with networking. :)

Thanks, anyway.

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