I'm adding three routers to my home network, however I'm having trouble getting the routers to recognize the network. I have a core router connected to the home network via e0 and the other routers are linked via back to back cables to the core router. The core router can see the home network, however the other two routers cannot see anything past e0 on the core router. The home network is using 192.168.0.x, while the routers are using 10.x.x.x with e0 being 192.168.0.100.
I've tried using default network 192.168.0.0 in eigrp settings. It propogates the information to the other routers, but traceroutes continue to stop at the core router.
I've also tried using a static route, with distribute static in eigrp routing with no luck.
The only thing that seems to work is using the nat method. If you setup the default route, shouldn't this method work? or is there something I'm missing?
If your destination address is out on the internet, you must NAT the source network (10.0.0.0) the same way you are NAT'ng the 192.168.0.0 network - routing alone won't do it since the internet has no way of knowing the 10.0.0.0 is coming from you.
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