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share resources between subnets

Hi All,

I've configured a Cisco 877 ADSL router with two vlan's. Vlan 1 in the range of and Vlan2 in the range of I've added the following access list in the inward direction of int vlan1

access-list 101 permit ip

and the following in the inward direction of int vlan2

access-lsit 102 permit ip

changed int f0 to trunk and changed encapsulation to dot1.q on the router, changed f0/24 on the 2924 switch to trunk.

all works fine. Users on are able to ping but users in are not able to access the shared resources like printer and shared folders of users in

Does any one know y ?

thanks !

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Cisco Employee

Re: share resources between subnets


Please make sure that the printers default gateway points to 877 Routers IP.

Also, make sure that you are allowing Netbios through the 877 if you are not

using print servers. Allowing netbios through 877 should also allow you to

access shared resources.


Hope this helps.



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Re: share resources between subnets

Hai Nagaraja,

thank you for the reply.

The shared resources are shared printers and folders. Follwoing is my access-list vlan1 and applied it inboud on int vlan1

100 permit ip any (4975 matches)
101 permit udp any eq netbios-dgm eq netbios-dgm
102 permit udp any eq netbios-ns eq netbios-ns
110 permit udp any any (102733 matches)
200 permit tcp any eq telnet host
210 permit tcp any host eq telnet
220 permit tcp any eq telnet host
230 permit icmp any any echo (537 matches)
240 permit icmp any any echo-reply

241 permit ip any any

250 deny ip any any log (2581 matches)

following is the access-list for vlan2 applied inbound on int vlan2

permit ip any
permit tcp eq 445 any eq 445
permit udp eq netbios-ns any eq netbios-ns
permit udp eq netbios-dgm any eq netbios-dgm
permit ip any any
permit tcp any any
permit udp any any

hope this helps