I am sure this is a pretty dumb question, but I have an 1800 series router, and a PIX. The PIX is configured for PPPoe, and hosts can access the internet fine if their default gateway is the PIX. If I try to put the hosts behind the router they can ping the PIX but can not access the internet. The routers default gateway is the pix, it can not ping the 126.96.36.199, but it can ping the PIX. I am going nuts, any help would be appreciated. Both configs are attached.
How is the router physically connected to the PIX? I see that the FA0/0.2 interface is on the PIX inside subnet, but it's a trunked interface. You left out some of the PIX config so I can't tell if you are trunking there too. Is there a switch in between? Also, is this for a DSL connection? Is it plugged into the PIX instead of the router? If so, why?
Finally, you may want to try turning off OSPF on the PIX and putting in a route outside statement.
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