We recently received a Cisco EPC3925 for internet access. We will use this as a backup. The way we have things setup right now is:
/ Cisco EPC3925 => internet ISP A
LAN: Cisco ios router => Netgear => =
\ Other brand => internet ISP B
Now, the problem I'm facing is adding static routes on the Cisco EPC3925. I need to add these because the cisco epc needs to know where to route traffic destined for the lan. How can I? The web interface does not give me an option to do this. I tried telnet/ssh access but that does not work or is not supported, I dont know. Does anyone have a clue how to add static routes?
Thanks for your reponse. You are right, it is indeed an ISP product. After posting I realized that I might have placed this discussion in the wrong section. Anyway I will indeed contact the ISP although I don't feel confident about getting my question answered by them.
Thanks for the link to the manual. I had already been through the manual before but did not find anything helpfull in there.
Anyone who has any expercience with this device, any ideas?
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