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At school we have a server with the following operating system: Windows Server 2003. On this server there are several folders shared with all computers being part of the LAN. At school we also have a NAS (THECUS N10850 V2.05.06). In short, at our school we have two methods of file sharing:
1.folders on the server (\\192.168.1.4) to access these folders, the requirement is to be part of the LAN. All computer in labs are part of the LAN.
2.folders on the NAS (\\192.168.178.45) to access these folders, you must be connected to the Internet through the Internet of the School (wireless or ethernet).
I want to unify these two methods of file sharing. Students, working in laboratories, save their files to a folder that is on the server, but they would also find these files on the NAS, when they are in the school and work with their laptops.
At school we have a server with the following operating system: Windows Server 2003. On this server there are several folders shared with all computers being part of the LAN. At school we also have a NAS (THECUS N10850 V2.05.06). In short, at our school we have two methods of file sharing:
1.folders on the server (\\192.168.1.4) to access these folders, the requirement is to be part of the LAN. All computer in labs are part of the LAN.
2.folders on the NAS (\\192.168.178.45) to access these folders, you must be connected to the Internet through the Internet of the School (wireless or ethernet).
I want to unify these two methods of file sharing. Students, working in laboratories, save their files to a folder that is on the server, but they would also find these files on the NAS, when they are in the school and work with their laptops.
Dear Sir,

If you went 192.168.1.4 & 192.168.178.45 able to talk each other, please refer to following about netmask calculator.

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Dear Sir,

If you went 192.168.1.4 & 192.168.178.45 able to talk each other, please refer to following about netmask calculator.

<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://jodies.de/ipcalc?host=192.168.1.1&mask1=16&mask2=">http://jodies.de/ipcalc?host=192.168.1. ... =16&mask2=</a><!-- m -->
<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.subnet-calculator.com/">http://www.subnet-calculator.com/</a><!-- m -->
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