We have four networks for four departments: R&D, Sales, admin and finance. All IP addressing is from the
192.168.1.0/24 network. So, maybe four PCs have same IP address, e.g.
Now, we want to connect them together with a router, so our CEO may access some servers in different departments, which each may have same IP address now.
I knew how to set up NAT and internal servers for the router so outside networks can access the internal servers, but now the four networks have same IP addressing.
We can add multiple network cards to server, or we can move network addressing to a larger network, then we have enough IP addresses, but both of those solutions are not accepted by end user.
I already use and H3C router to set NAT and internal servers for different sub networks. but now the networks have same IP addressing.
- Connect four networks by a router
- Do not change the current four network IP addresses.
- The CEO want to access some servers inside different networks, each of which may have same IP address