Re: Cisco 1841 Config for AT&T DSL with static IPs
I've gone through that document and several others. I don't have PPPoE. I don't use a user name or password. AT&T just provides the DSL line. It works on the awful Cayman router. But on the cisco, no go. Here's the layout.
65.x.x.135 Wan IP
65.x.x.134 Default Gateway for the Wan Ip
220.127.116.11 network IP
18.104.22.168 first IP in range
22.214.171.124 last IP in range
126.96.36.199 Default Gateway
So, following the Static documents, the DSL line comes up, up. VPI/VCI 0/35
I can assign the 65.x.x.135 Wan IP to atm0/0/0.1 sub interface.
I can ping the 65.x.x.134 Default gateway from atm0/0/0.1
I have static ip's assigned to servers. I can't ping inbound and I can't ping anything past the sub interface. No yahoo.com nothing.
my name servers are in there as well.
The DSL ATM 0/0/0 shows up up. I can watch debug and unplug the DSL line and plug it back in and I can watch it sync with no problems.
I have default route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 atm0/0/0.1 so everything hits that interface outbound. but doesn't work.
I'm just at the point where I have tried every single document on the Cisco site and still nothing.
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