Cisco 1811 setup multiple WAN subnets

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May 6th, 2010
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Our internet provider gave us two WAN ip subnets. Our Cisco 1811 connected through PPPOe to receive the first subnet and get the Gateway IP.

We cannot get the second subnet to work. It seems that somewhere in the configuration a change has to be made to let the 1811 now that it should also route this subnet.


Does anyone now how to get this working?


Thanks a lot!


AV

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Jon Marshall Thu, 05/06/2010 - 12:35
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arjen9999 wrote:


Our internet provider gave us two WAN ip subnets. Our Cisco 1811 connected through PPPOe to receive the first subnet and get the Gateway IP.

We cannot get the second subnet to work. It seems that somewhere in the configuration a change has to be made to let the 1811 now that it should also route this subnet.


Does anyone now how to get this working?


Thanks a lot!


AV


Are you actually assigning these IPs to devices or do you just want to use them for natting inside devices to those WAN IPs.


If the first then look at secondary addressing on the WAN interface. If the second then simply apply NAT statements to your router.


Jon

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