Viewing resources from one network to another

July 13, 2009 at 12:30:10
Specs: Windows Vista
Im setting up a new network system at work. We currently have a network setup that can only use 255 addresses. I am adding a router with the wan port connected to one of the 255 ip from the old network. i can access internet, printers, and all device from inside this second network with no problem. problem that i am having is that i cannot access any of the resources inside the new network from the old network. how can i do this.

I cannot modify the old network at this point as the new network is a proof of concept for my boss. if he likes it then the old betwork will be redone and the problem would no longer exist.

wan port
ip 192.168.0.xxx
subnet 255.255.255.0
gateway 192.168.0.xxx
address pool of 255(the big problem)

Lan port
ip 213.27.xxx.xxx
subnet 255.255.240.0
gateway 192.168.0.xxx
address pool of 4096 address

Any ideas


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July 13, 2009 at 12:32:49
Correction: i can access Printers, devices, and shares in the old network from the new network.

I cannot access the new network printers, devices, or shares from the old network

Just wanted to clarify


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