Network Group A, Group B and Group C

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Networking' started by Siong Li, Aug 11, 2012.

  1. Siong Li

    Siong Li New Member

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    Group A = few computers
    Group B = few computers
    Group C = few computers

    What i want is:

    Group A can connect to both Group B and Group C.
    BUT
    Group B cannot connect to both Group A and Group C.
    Also BUT
    Group C cannot connect to both Group A and Group B.

    Its like a pyramid if you know what im saying.
    How do i set the IP ?
    Im using Windows 7 ...

    Your help is greatly appreciated!
     

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