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24-Apr-2012, 02:14 PM #1
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Hey guys,

I have the following challenge for you.


Goal:
Creating a subnet in an existing network, with normal house routers. But still be able to view everyone and everything. So virtual 1 network but actually 2 networks.

Reason:
A would like to use the streamer connected to Router c to stream a movie from the pc that is also connected with Router C. But don't want the traffic to go all the way to Router A and back . I experience lagging when I stream. When I enable the DHCP on router C, there is no problem, but without the right set up. I don't have internet and/or network Therefor I want a direct connection to my pc for high def movies, but still be able to watch episodes, streamed from my NAS. Or print or acces any other pc



My opinion:
I believe I'll have to connect router C directly to router A and create 2 subnets. One with Router B and one with Router C. And then configure subnet so that they can see each other.


But I'd like a more experienced opinion and the details to do this.




THX
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