How to expose multiple routers within one net

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Gregg3gs Posts 2 Registration date Thursday April 16, 2009 Status Member Last seen April 20, 2009 - Apr 17, 2009 at 10:04 AM
 spliffie - Dec 19, 2009 at 07:41 PM
Hello,

here is the scenario:
I have a main router (also managing home phone system voice "C-Beyond unit") which has three routers installed directly under it:
Main Router IP: 10.0.1.1
The three routers under the Main Router are Crestron IP: 10.0.1.200, MovieServer IP: 10.0.1.100, MusicServer IP: 10.0.1.150, and are setup this way to allow three independent routers to manage their traffic and resources on their own infrastructure.

Internal Router LAN IPs are as follows:
Cresetron Sub Node: 192.168.200.x
MovieServer Sub Node: 192.168.100.x
MusicServer Sub Node: 192.168.150.x

What I need to do is to expose the Crestron router to the Music Router so I can control the MusicServer operation from the Crestron Sub Node over the TCP/IP

How do I do this?

I think all I have to do it to set my IP Mask to 255.255.0.0 and than I will be able to directly access the units in MusicServer Sub Node from the Crestron Sub Node.

Farther-more, should I change the 192.168.x.x to 172.30.x.x?

Your advice is appreciated.
G.

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Gregg3gs Posts 2 Registration date Thursday April 16, 2009 Status Member Last seen April 20, 2009
Apr 20, 2009 at 07:35 AM
anybody???
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well, i don't know if u still need this, but u could use Rip to do this (if your routers support this).

create rip entries on every router, containing each network that router is connected to. no need to change the subnets then.
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