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    Senior Member Aardpsymon's Avatar
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    St Annes (aaaa!)
    its also a good way to keep physically linked systems more secure. We have one physical LAN in the building, but most of it is on two completely different subnets with a different IP range and isolated on a VLAN just to make it difficult for people on one network to access the other.

    Why not physically separate them? we have SOME shared resources such as internet connection.
    If the world doesn't stop annoying me I will name my kids ";DROP DATABASE;" and get revenge.

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    Keeping The Balance CybertecOne's Avatar
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    Aug 2004
    Why not physically separate them?
    rofl. There is not much to seperate. 1 domain controller with <20 clients. IMO it is a telstra bigpond issue.... tossers. I wonder what people around the world can dig up on Telstra Bigpond (Aus)....... bloody shocking.

    Thanks for the input guys, i knew there was nothing to his claims but will never argue my point unless i KNOW i am right.

    "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex... It takes a touch of genius --- and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction."
    - Albert Einstein

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