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Access to VLAN subnet from WAN


I would like to access to a VLAN subnet from WAN.

In my setup, I have a Cisco 1841 which does the VLAN routing. 2 VLANS are defined: native vlan and vlan 172. All PCs are on native VLAN while VLAN 172 used for Voice equipment.

It has 2 routes:

1st route to ADSL router: ip route

2nd route to a wireless network

ADSL gateway on native VLAN.

I can connect through dyndns to any PC on the native VLAN, but would like to access to a PC on vlan 172 on SSH (port 22).

How do I do the routing on the ADSL gateway to forward any traffic on port 22 to the PC ( on VLAN 172?



Re: Access to VLAN subnet from WAN

Hmm.. i am not yet sure about your network, but i guess PBR could work.


Route-map ssh permit 10

match ip address 101

set ip default next-hop


route-map ssh permit 20


access-list 101 permit tcp any any eq 22


I may not have got the syntax correct but this is a skeleton configuration on which you can work.

Identify from where the traffic is coming from and apply ip policy route-map ssh



New Member

Re: Access to VLAN subnet from WAN

thanks for reply.

But it sounds you are saying to configure this command on the ADSL gateway. The gateway is a non-cisco router, which does not know about the network.

Only the cisco router which does the VLAN routing knows about that network.

Cisco Employee

Re: Access to VLAN subnet from WAN

Please paste the your network diagram and configuration of the router.

-amit singh