Site A & B via IPMAN/WAN to Internet Direct

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Sep 2nd, 2007


We currently are setting up a new network. We have Site A (Cisco 1841) and Site B (Sydney - Cisco 1841) connected via an IPMAN/WAN to a Co-Location Site C (Cisco 2821). Traffic between Site A & B is running fine. Traffic between Site A & B to IPMAN side of Site C is fine. Cannot get Site A & B to go on other side of Site C router and out to the internet direct. Any ideas? We have a firewall set as permit all, we have set RIPv2 for default route to IPMAN/WAN.

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ohassairi Mon, 09/03/2007 - 10:53

your firewall needs to know how to send packets to A and B. did you add these routes?

did you configure nating for A and B subnets?

melissa2821 Mon, 09/03/2007 - 18:36

I have setup a RIPv2 from Site C to the IPMAN/WAN but not sure if it is correct.

purohit_810 Mon, 09/03/2007 - 18:43


RIP uses default hop caunt to find best remote destionation.

If you would divert traffic according you want.. Please put static route so, static has higher AD than RIp. It will take that path..


Dharmesh Purohit


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