Router Question

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Jan 16th, 2008
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Have a question regarding a router. If I have a router configured with interface 0 (192.168.51.0/24)and 1 (192.168.52.0/24) as LAN interfaces and 1 WAN interface. What needs to be done so LAN on interface 0 and 1 can see each other?

Correct Answer by ankbhasi about 9 years 3 months ago

Hi Friend,


When you say lan interfaces can see each other do you mean interface 0 should be able to comunicate with interface 1 and vice versa?


If yes if you issue a command "sh ip route" you will see both the subnets available in your routing table as directly connected provided "ip routing" is enabled which is by default enabled on cisco routers.


If ip routing is enabled then they should be able to communicate with each other without any additional configuration from your side.


HTH


Ankur


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ankbhasi Wed, 01/16/2008 - 07:02
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Hi Friend,


When you say lan interfaces can see each other do you mean interface 0 should be able to comunicate with interface 1 and vice versa?


If yes if you issue a command "sh ip route" you will see both the subnets available in your routing table as directly connected provided "ip routing" is enabled which is by default enabled on cisco routers.


If ip routing is enabled then they should be able to communicate with each other without any additional configuration from your side.


HTH


Ankur


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