I am a new Cisco user and I am configuring a Cisco 877. It is going well with one exception; I have configured the address of the router "self" to be 10.4.19.3, however, when I connect the router I get an IP conflict with the main server which is on IP address 10.4.19.1.
There is no mention of this address anywhere in the router configuration except for a few static entries in the NAT route list for SSH, POP3 etc.
Can you think of any common errors that newbies make in this area.
Just so I understand; I did what I did because I thought "source" meant initiator of the connection (i.e. the outside client). Are you saying "source" means provider of the service (i.e. "inside" server) ?
Also, I have designated "VLan1" (the virtual LAN covering the 4 internal LAN ports) as an "inside" interface. Is this right or wrong: i.e. I am assuming "outside" means the internet side.
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