cisco 871 behind adslmodem/router

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Dec 15th, 2008

i have an public ip adres aaaa , then an adslmodem with inside adres c.c.c.138. the fa4 of the cisco is connected to it with ip cccc01.

can i make acces rules with public ip adresses on the outside lan ccc0 of my cisco router because he sees only the gateway ccc138.

should i pass the public ip adres to my cisco router through the adslmodem to make acces lists on basis of public ip adresses of hosts i want to allow ?

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Correct Answer by John Blakley about 7 years 12 months ago

Generally, you'd want to put your ADSL modem in bridging mode. You'd then put your public IP addresses on your outside interface of the Cisco router, and you can control what traffic you want to enter your network via ACL, CBAC, etc.

HTH,

John

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John Blakley Mon, 12/15/2008 - 06:59

Generally, you'd want to put your ADSL modem in bridging mode. You'd then put your public IP addresses on your outside interface of the Cisco router, and you can control what traffic you want to enter your network via ACL, CBAC, etc.

HTH,

John

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