my previous post of the 18th July produced no replies and I've been hammering at this for 3 days and getting nowehere so if anyone can help (this newbie) I'd be grateful.
Here is my setup:
small LAN of PC's all connected by cables to a hub, all set ip on 192.168.1.xx
Cisco 2615XM router also connected to hub on Fastethernet0/1, set as as 192.168.1.70, set as LAN
Cisco 2651XM Fastethernet0/0 port ip set port to 192.168.1.72 connected by cable to Cisco wireless access point (configured as a universal workgroup bridge).
The Cisco access point ip set at 192.168.1.66 is connected wirelessly to a non-cisco adsl router on the internet (default gateway 192.168.1.254).
I'm trying to get the PC's on the LAN to access the default gateway router so they can surf the internet but I'm stuck at the 2615XM router. The PC can see both FastEthernet ports but I can't get the PC to see either the cisco wireless access point on 192.168.1.66 or the adsl router on 192.168.1.254.
In SDM/Interfaces and Connections I did Test Connection but the test fails at Checking Exit Interface, the recommended actions say: 'Select User-Specified option or add host specific/network specific/default route through this interface and retest connection'. I've tried different things but I can't create the route so if anyone can help me put the right settings into SDM that'd be great. I can't connect the wireless access point to the hub because the wap is configured as a universal workgroup bridge and this setting only supports a sinle device connected, thus the single device has to be the 2651XM which should serve as a route for the PC's on the LAN.
I've read the doc at:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps5318/products_configuration_example09186a008073e067.shtml but I get stuck at dynamic NAT. If I click RIP and then Edit the edit button just goes grey and the RIP stays disabled.
Thanks for any help.