I have just started studying for my CCNA at the moment and I am starting collect routers and switches for my own lab. I have just got a Cisco 1841 and I plan on using it at my main home router. However, I am having a few problems with the setup at the moment.
On the router which I am trying to use I am trying to configure FA0/0 & F0/1 for to separate networks.
Internet -- (WIC-1ASDL) - Cisco 1841 ------ FA0/0 - Wired Network - Switch
FA0/1 - Wireless Network - AP
FA0/0 (Wired Network) On a PC connected to this network I am able get out to the Internet and also ping any IP on the 192.168.0.0/24 which is all working as it should. However, on the PC I can ping the port FA0/1 (192.168.1.254/24) on the PC but not the AP within that subnet but on the router I am able to ping the AP. The AP is also is able to get a connection to the Internet but has the same problems as the PC.
Am I missing a ACL or do I have to VLAN the ports off?
In the Route-map based configuration, we are asking the router to apply NAT
rule only for the internet bound traffic and deny the NAT rules for local
traffic. In the earlier configuration you had, you were allowing NAT for all
traffic. You do not need to tie down the access-lists to specific ports but
just make sure that you are denying local traffic.