Originally Posted by Rob
May we remind you to read our acceptable use policy
. That deals with things such as the profanity filter. It also makes it clear when PMs should be sent to CF Team or VM staff which is generally not for support or general assistance unless you have been invited to do so.
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To answer a question posted earlier:
I see no reason why you shouldn't be able to use static IPs with the Draytek router and Superhub. Draytek supports various port forwarding options so different servers can be set to different internal IPs. We use our Draytek as the main router / firewall etc. It runs with a LAN IP range (say 192.168.1.xx) set differently to the Superhub (192.168.0.xx) which seems to omit conflicts even with our Superhub being dynamic.
As far as I am aware VM business generally are not installing cable to new small businesses simply due to the costs of the install versus income. Larger businesses needing leased lines and such like are different due to the size of their account.
I do have a suggestion for the website maybe you should implement a terms of service message that all new users must read and agree to before they are able to post topics or reply to them it would make this more clear as I didn't read those topic links and I doubt many new members do (another technology forum that I am a member of does have this feature and it is VB Forum Software) and as far as the "Profanity (Swearing)" is conserned I apologise for that but I didn't know if the swear word block was enabled so I put a * in it to be sure I didn't upset anyone as far as the personal message was concerned I was asking a question to an employee of VM Business I Wasn't
seeking technical help if I am honest I found it quite Ignorent as I didn't get a reply I understand people are busy with day to day things but when they comment on something such as the use of language in this topic but don't reply to a question I have asked them in a PM which could have been answered with a yes or no I think I could only describe it as being Ignorent
Anyway Rant over
Back to the topic in hand
Would I be able use the 2nd subnet and would i need to use static routes ? (see my post to ccarmock)