I have been trying to configure a Linksys BEFSR41 to work with my Cisco 675. After some time with Linksys tech support, they told me the two were not compatable. I would love to hear from others who have this confirmed or have got their Linksys to work. And you you did it!
Re: Cisco 675 and Linksys BEFSR41 Etherfast router
Some more information. The problem lies with communication between the 675 and the Linksys. The only way I can get the two devices to talk is when the 675 allocates an ip address to the linksys (via DHCP). But this still does not give me outside access. The linksys thinks this is the "outside" WAN address. Obviously it doesn't work. I've also configured everything for static IP addressing also to no avail. I've tried this with NAT disabled and enabled in the 675 too.
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