Please excuse my ignorance, but I had this card up and running a while ago and I swapped it out and put it in another router. Now it is not functioning properly. Basically my WIC-4ESW card is associated with VLAN1 which has an ip address of 192.168.9.1 and the host router has an ip address of 192.168.0.51. I am trying to configure it so that devices plugged into the WIC-4ESW can access computers/servers on the 192.168.0.0 network, which is plugged into the host router. Any help is appreciated.
thanks for the reply. After doing a little more research, I found that it was best to create a VLAN 2 and place all the switchports in that VLAN and leave the native VLAN blank. The card is up and running now, but there seems to be one more drawback that I can not figure out. Basically my test lab is laid out like this
From the command line on the 1751 I am able to ping outside address, like google.com and so forth, but computers pluged into the wic-4esw are unable to ping the consumer router (with NAT enabled) which is 192.168.0.1, as well as the outside world. I have attached my updated config
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