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831 router config issue

I'm trying to replace an old BayNetworks Access Bridge at a remote office with a Cisco 831 router. This office is connected to the main office via a wireless link utilizing a pair of Cisco Aeronet350's. At the main office we have a Cisco 3640 Router. Currently the Remote site is setup to operate on a a.b.40.x subnet. The main office 3640 router has an a.b.40.2 address on int e1. The old BayNetworks Bridge has an IP of a.b.40.1 The Main office Aeronet350 has an IP of a.b.40.3 and the Remote office Aeronet350 has an IP of a.b.40.4

My question is how do I properly config the Cisco 831 router to replace this BayNetworks device?

The 831 router has two Ethernet interfaces. e0 is a four port ethernet switch. e1 is the WAN ethernet interface port.

All the configuration information within the manual is pointing towards the router being used in a DSL or Cable modem configuration. I have been unable to find anything to assist me configuration-wise with my current environment.

Thanks

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Re: 831 router config issue

hello,

to configure your bridged network on your router, follow the stepwise instructions outlined in the following document.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/sw/iosswrel/ps1831/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a00800ca65a.html

regards

fm

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