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    shan ashok
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    how to connect two network in different ip?

    #3573

    STARK
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    Hi @shanashokds, that’s actually a fairly complicated question!

    The simplest answer is you can connect two different IP networks with a router. Likely you would then have to configure routing tables between those networks so they could exchange information.

    I believe this conjoining of networks could also be done with a Layer-3 Switch, but that functionality is generally only found in enterprise grade switches I think.

    I hope this answered your query, but please feel free to let me know if you have additional questions!

    #4356

    Anonymous

    I believe this conjoining of networks could also be done with a Layer-3 Switch, but that functionality is generally only found in enterprise grade switches I think.

    You certainly can route between networks using a Layer 3 switch, in the enterprise it’s pretty normal to use your layer 3 switches to route between your internal VLANs. Note that while the switch can do static routes, it can’t do things that you’d expect from a normal router such as NAT. It’s meant for internal routing and is not suited for routing between a LAN and a WAN.

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    STARK
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    Thanks @thecreativeone91!

    #5067

    ValekCraven
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    This is not completely true. L3 Switches such as C3560 and 5360 can route networks using dynamic routing protocols: they support OSPF and EIGRP and more. But of course a router is a router and a switch is a switch.

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