Superscope problem

Hewlett-packard / Proliant dl585 g1
February 6, 2009 at 03:04:48
Specs: Windows XP, 2 AMD Opteron 852 2.60 GHz 1MB L2 Cache 4096 MB
HI ALL
I HAVE A NETWORK PROBLEM.
IF SOMEONE CAN HELP ME I WOULD APPRECIATE IT
MY NETWORK IS IN IP RANGE 192.168.1.0 AND DHCP IS FULL
I HAVE USE SUPERSCOPE ON MY WINDOWS 2003 SERVER.
I USED 192.168.1.0 IP RANGE AS SUPERSCOPE AND A SECOND IP RANGE 192.168.33.0
AS CHILD.
I SET MY CISCO ROUTER THE 192.168.33.0 AS SECOND IP
MY PROBLEM IS THAT THE SECOND IP RANGE COMMUNICATE WITH THE FIRST VERY VERY SLOW
THE DHCP WORKS AND GIVE ME IP FROM THE SECOND IP RANGE BUT WHEN I TRANSFER FILES FROM
THE 192.168.1.0 NETWORK TO THE 192.168.33.0 IS AT LEAST 30 TIMES SLOWER THAN FROM USERS
IN SAME IP RANGE.
NOTE THAT I M TALKING ABOUT SAME BUILDING AND SAME SWITCHES AND ONE MAIN ROUTER.
BECAUSE I DONT WANT TO USE RESUBNETTING I WANT TO ASK IF THIS PROBLEM
IS SOMETHING TO HAVE WITH ACTIVE DIRECTORY OR ROUTER SETTINGS OR IS IT NORMAL
THIS DELAY???
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING

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#1
February 6, 2009 at 08:22:22
OW! My EYES! CAPS HURT!

No that delay is not normal. But then I am surprised it is working. Cisco router must be routing between the subnets for you.

Have your reviewed this?
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pr...
or this
http://articles.techrepublic.com.co...

It would appear to me, since you don't list a subnet mask, that you don't completely understand superscopes.

If you use an online CIDR calculator you would see this:

CIDR address range
192.168.0.0 - 192.168.31.255
CIDR notation
192.168.0.0/19
CIDR subnet mask
255.255.224.0
which gives you 8190 max addresses


Now that maybe too many addresses for you. If you only want 510 addresses max you can do this;

CIDR address range
192.168.0.0 - 192.168.1.255
CIDR notation
192.168.0.0/23
CIDR subnet mask
255.255.254.0

So instead of adding 192.168.31.x
you would only add 192.168.0.x


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#2
February 8, 2009 at 23:31:12
THANKS FOR YOUR REPLY.
I KNOW I AM A BEGGINER
IN NETWORKING. ONE MORE QUESTION.
THE SUBNET MASK I USE IS 255.255.255.0
IF I WANT SUPERSCOPE AND I USE 192.168.1.0
AS MY FIRST IP RANGE TO USE 192.168.33.0
I HAVE TO CHANGE SUBNET MASK TO WHAT?
ALSO THE CHANGES MUST BE IN CISCO ROUTER ONLY
OR ALSO IN MY SUPERSCOPING OPTIONS AND IN MY
TCP/IP OPTIONS IN MY LAN CARD ON MY 2003 SERVER.
I THINK NOW THE DELAY I HAVE BETWEEN THE NETWORKS IS BECAUSE I USE 255.255.255.0 SUBNET MASK.
THANKS FOR LISTENING.

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#3
February 8, 2009 at 23:52:20
SORRY SOMETHING I FORGOT TO ASK
THE SOLUTION I HAVE TRY TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM IS
THE FOLLOWING.
I HAVE IN MY ROUTER A FIRST IP RANGE 192.168.1.0 SUBNET 255.255.255.0 AND I HAVE ADD A SECOND IP NETWORK
IN IP RANGE 192.168.33.0 SUBNET 255.255.255.0
I HAVE ADD THIS TWO NETWORKS IN CISCO IN IGRP 1
SECTION.
WHY THE CISCO ROUTER DOES NOT DO THE ROUTING BETWEEN THIS TWO NETWORKS.

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#4
February 9, 2009 at 08:27:20
I am sorry but I really can't help you. I already gave you your answer concerning supernetting. In fact I even gave you the proper range but you don't seem to be able to differenciate between x.x.33.x and x.x.0.x. You have two subnets not a superscope.

You need someone experienced on site. This is not something you should be doing.

BTW it is considered rude/loud to type all in caps.

Best of luck to you.


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