I have 2 1600 routers with one ethernet conn each. Cisco Router A is connected to a normal home router and Cisco router B is connected to a pc nic. Both cisco routers are connected to eachother with a serial back to back cable. I want that from the pc which is connected to Router B pass through router A and have an internet connection through my basic home router. Since router B lan interface is on a different subnet than the Lan home router interface I cannot ping it from Router B. can someone help thank you. All I can reach from router B is the Lan interface of Router A by using Eigrp
192.168.1.66 is my home router Lan ip address and the problem I want to fix is that from Router A I cannot ping 192.168.1.66 and therefore my pc which is connected to Router A cannot browse the internet.
How can I use NAT to fix the problem or is there a different way
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