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    link networks using router switching

    Iím a web technologist, we have two networks one is an international web and new is a personal web there are plenty of workstations in the personal web, but we wearít need to have all the systems available in the international web because to minimize the danger of worms and virus attacks. My finish is to have simply one computer available to both personal and international web. We are trying to achieve this by keeping files from a personal web available to simply one computer in the international web by this we are making a link and too reducing the hassles. I seek to take a router switching to link these two networks how do I make it
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    Not too sure what you want.. Maybe you could rewrite your post and punctuate it?
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    I think what you are talking about is a VPN. If this is the case you need a VPN router on each network and set them up to talk.

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    or you need a VLAN

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    What do you mean by "personal web" vs. "international web"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauler
    Iím a web technologist, we have two networks one is an international web and new is a personal web there are plenty of workstations in the personal web, but we wearít need to have all the systems available in the international web because to minimize the danger of worms and virus attacks. My finish is to have simply one computer available to both personal and international web. We are trying to achieve this by keeping files from a personal web available to simply one computer in the international web by this we are making a link and too reducing the hassles. I seek to take a router switching to link these two networks how do I make it
    As a technologist.. you will be familure with the terms LAN, VLAN and WAN
    so are you trying to connect 2 LANs over the internet..

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    Are you trying to isolate some users with in your own network..
    one group to be isolated from the Internet, no access to internet?
    one machine is a file server that some web interface.. why not hang this off the DMZ on the router?..this is accessable from both LAN and WAN and internet
    And You have users outside the the physical confines of your lan that wll want access to your lan and the file server.. these would need to be connected via VPN
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