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passing internet traffic

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Feb 22nd, 2003
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I have a 1600 series router and a Caymen DSL router connected to the switch. How can I pass the remote site ip traffic from the 1600 to the caymen router out to the internet.

Thanks!

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thisisshanky Sat, 02/22/2003 - 10:13
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Put a default route on the Cisco 1600 pointing to the IP address of the Caymen DSL router (inside interface- lan interface of DSL router)

thisisshanky Sat, 02/22/2003 - 13:25
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ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0


I hope the Cayman router NATs your local ip address for your workstations into the public IP that you get via the ISP.

globalonline Sat, 02/22/2003 - 14:01
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this appears to be a incomplete command.


I thank you for you help

thisisshanky Sat, 02/22/2003 - 17:55
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I presume you didnt enter the command in the appropriate router mode. You need to enter this command in global config mode.


router>enable

router#config t

router(config)# ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0

router(config)#ip classless


Hope that helps this time.



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