This is all behind a firewall off the Cat 2970. The Catalyst 2970 has been working like a champ since before I started this job. The Cisco 1811 is new. I was given it and told to put a small stub network on it (10.160.16.0/24). I configured quite a bit on the 1811 but am stumped on the static routing.
Number 1. From the laptop (10.16.6.6) of coarse I can ping the Cat 1811 FE0 (10.16.6.20), but not FE1 (10.160.16.1). Do I need to configure something on the Cat 2970? I didn't think I needed to since its a switch.
2. Or is I just need to configure a static route on the 1811. From the 1811 cli I can ping the laptop and both FE0 and FE1 and also a desktop (10.160.16.2) plugged into FE1.
Any consideration of my problem will garner provider cheers of good luck to his or hers future success, health and offspring.
The Sonic wall does not know anything about the new subnet. You would have to configure a inside route on the sonic wall so it knows about the new subnet. I am not sure if the Sonicwall will allow the ip re direct out the same port.
The other option is to change the default gateways of you computers to the new 1811. Then you would need to put a default route of 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.16.6.254.
You would have to change the default gateways on all PC's
If the default-gateway is the sonicwall you could add a route to the 10.160.16.0/24 network on the Sonicwall pointing to the 1811 fe0 interface. But it depends on youe sonicwall firewall. Some firewalls do not like routing traffic back out the same interface it came in on.
Other options is to set the default-gatway of your clients to be the fe0 interface on the 1811 rather than the sonicwall and then have a default-route on the 1811 pointing to the sonicwall interface 10.16.6.254.
You can create two separate VLANs (VLAN1 & VlAN2) for 10.16.6.x and 10.160.16.x networks and use your new Cisco 1811 to do the inter-vlan routing. Basically, you can implement router on a stick model where in the devices in each VLAN can use a sub-interface on the router as their default gateway.
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