Cisco 2811 and NM-16ESW config

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Jan 5th, 2010
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Please pardon the "rookie" questions...

I trying to configure a 2811 router with a NM-16ESW module installed.

I've got the T1 module configured, and it is working.

I have the NM-16ESW configured, and it will pass data between it's switch ports. But I can not get the data to pass from the switch ports to the router. I'd like to setup the switch ports as simply as possible, as I don't have any need for vlans at the remote site. I've attached the running config below.

If someone can point me in the direction of a document to configure this it would be appreciated.


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Leo Laohoo Tue, 01/05/2010 - 15:28
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Change "ip default-gateway" to "ip route"

Giuseppe Larosa Wed, 01/06/2010 - 16:15
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Hello Leo, Dksteinhauser

I have some doubts about what is the objective.

Leo: but that ip address is defined on a routed LAN port that is  not the WAN serial

interface FastEthernet0/0
description $ETH-LAN$$ETH-SW-LAUNCH$$INTF-INFO-FE 0/0$
ip address
duplex auto
speed auto

the IP address used as a next-hop should be that of an external box, also the other box needs a static route for the IP subnet associated to vlan 192 to know that is connected to 2811.

I guess if this is a remote branch it should use the serial interface as outgoing link

ip route ser0/0/0

but on other side the following are needed:

ip route  serx/y

ip route serx/y

where serx/y is just a placeholder to be replaced with actual interface

if the link with the other box is via the routed lan port you need to use the correct IP address next-hop that can be for example.

The other side will use an IP next-hop =

ip route

Hope to help



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