NAT - Routing issue

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Sep 6th, 2006
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Ok - here is the setup.

Cisco 7204.

Ethernet 1/0 - private LAN interface

Ethernet 1/2 - Connection to parent company -

FastEthernet 3/0 - connection to internet 67.X.X.82 and 84

Have internal servers which are access from the internet via 67.x.x.82 on various ports.

So I have NAT setup with Ethernet1/0 being inside and FE3/0 outside.

I want to have all traffic that isn't obviously off the E1/0 network, to be shot down the E1/2 interface. Unfortunately I can not get rid of the 'IP route' statement - it says no matching route to delete. I have added a 'ip route' but it still looks at the previous route statement first. any help would be appreciated.



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pkhatri Wed, 09/06/2006 - 21:01
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Have you got any 'ip default-network' statements configured ?


rajinikanth Wed, 09/06/2006 - 21:28
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Hi dan,

If the route

ip route'

is no deleting then add a route

with same statement with Administrative distance of 255

ip route 255

Then ur 'ip route' takes preference by router





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