Assistance requested with Cisco 1721 router over ADSL
Hi there, I've been thrown in at the deep end and have to config a 1721, using BT (British Telecom) broadband in the UK.
I've some config inserted (see below) and can do the following:
-ping the fastethernet0 if from a laptop.
-ping the atm0 if from a laptop.
-ping the laptop from the router
-ping the outside world from the router.
-dns seems to work from the router side- resolving names properly.
I can't do the following:
-ping the outside world through adsl from the laptop
-anything else- web browse, etc- from the laptop.
(btw: I've got the router hooked to the adsl line, the router's fastethernet if hooked to a hub, and a laptop hooked to the hub also. The laptop is using an ip address in the same range as fastethernet0, and has a default gateway set to the ip of fastethernet0.)
I'm pretty sure I'm missing something, but I'm not sure what. I'm thinking it's something dodgy in my access lists?
Anyway- I don't want to nat or anything from the router- there's a firewall going in that will apparently be doing that, so I just need to get mail, web, dns- the usual stuff really- working from the client's side.
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