Not sure if this should be in the LAN or WAN section, but here it goes....
I have setup a Cisco 2801 that I had sitting around in the office to see if I could use it as a alternate gateway for some of my LAN clients to get access to the WWW.
I am having a difficult time with the FastEthernet0/0 Interface in that it is really slow for some reason? Even when I directly attach a laptop to it, the ping responses are in the 200ms range. Weird.
(A config is attached as well)
The FastEthernet0/1 Int is on 10.1.30.x network which is behind a PIX 501, connected to a DSL router. Clients on this "side" of the router have no connection issues. Pings to the 10.1.30.3 interface are normal.
The FastEthernet0/0 Int is on 10.1.10.x network which will be connected to a HP switch and connected to a client LAN with some workstations pointed to the router interface as their default gateway.
So what am I doing wrong in my config?
Thank you very much for your help. I appreciate your time and efforts.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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