Hello. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide. I'd be pulling my hair out if I had any left to pull. Please forgive my ignorance. I've attempted to include as many details as I can... including a diagram that I am in no way proud of and the current running config below.
We have a CISCO 871 that we were using to split traffic between an EoC drop and an AT&T DSL. 10.0.0.x traffic through the EoC and all web traffic through the DSL. We 'upgraded' to Uverse and AT&T provided us with what appears to be a consumer-grade Motorola NVG510.
We can't figure out how to configure the new setup. The EoC drop comes in to an ASA. The ASA is connected to the CISCO 871 on fa0. The local LAN is connected to the 871 on fa1 and the Motorola NVG510 (previously the DSL modem) to the 871 on fa4.
Traffic on the 192.168.0.1 gateway (vlan10) should be conditionally split between the two internet connections (with web traffic through the DSL/uverse). ANY traffic on the 192.168.0.2 gateway should go through the EoC.
As far as I can tell (again, no expert here) we were using pppoe with Dialer1 -> fa4 to connect and route traffic through the DSL. Appearantly you can't do this with Uverse... the only thing resolution I've found that's close to what I'm trying to do is here: http://forums.att.com/t5/Features-and-How-To/NVG510-Bridge-Mode/m-p/2928989#M29846 It might help provide some insight into the capabilities of the NVG510.
I suppose my question is this: how to I get the NVG510 to play nice with the 871 in our configuration?
Thank you for reaching the Small Business Support Community.
Unfortunately the Cisco871 is not a Small Business device but an Enterprise one, therefore I suggest you to move over this post to the "LAN, Routing and Switching" support forum using the 'Action" panel on the top right corner of this window or simply open a new threat;
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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