Hey,

Can someone help me with a routing issue I am trying to get me head
around!.

Imagine the Scene... Its a college with 2 networks which used to be on
2
seperate trees, and these 2 networks have just been joined together to
make
administration of it a lot eaiser (by way of a tree merge), but while
these
2 networks have been joined together we need to make sure that the
students
cant access anything on the admin network... Let me try and describe
the
scene.

Network A is the one for the staff, with all of the usual company
software
and data on it, i.e. Finance packages and confidential college data.
This
uses an IP range of 172.20.0.0

Network B is the one for the students and just holds student data andlecturer notes etc. Uses IP range of 172.21.0.0

Network A and B use to be physical wired seperatly only using managedswitches to keep them apart... But in the last few months extra n/w
cards
been setup into the netware servers of both networks and routes were
supposed to be setup so that Network A can access and administer
itself and
Network B, and Network B can only see itself so that students cannot
access
college sensitive data

I am assuming that the filter of the packets has to be done thru the
proxy
servers on both networks??..

HELP!!!... I need to be able to access everything

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Cheers.....
Derrick Denley
Senior Network Analyst
Filton College
Filton
Bristol, BS34 7AT
Tel:+44 (0) 117 9092371