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got a little question
if you've a intranet with the IP-adresses
all with subnetmask
what can I do, that an admin can see all PCs
(192.168.2.XX to 19.XX)
but that the 2.XX, 3.XX and so on just stay in their ranges ...
that one from 2.XX just can see all other in 2.XX but not in 3.XX or 5.XX or 19.XX
do I just have to change the subnet-masks - 255.255.0.0 for admin and 255.255.255.0 for the rest?
Just changing your subnet mask like that could cause you some problems, especially if you are down stream from a router. Just so I understand what you are saying, you have multiple subnets, and want to limits systems on each subnet to seeing only their own subnet, but you want an admin to be able to see all subnets?