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Cisco 803 Dial-inPCs

Hi,

I want to configure a Cisco 803 so that it is possible to dial-in into our network, after login the dial-in PC[192.168.2.2] is connected to the ISDN-Interface[192.168.2.1] of the router and it is possible to reach the Ethernet-Interface[192.168.1.26] of the router but it is not possible to ping any other device connected to the LAN[192.168.1.0].

I tried dynamic routing first, now I switched to the following static routes:

192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 Ethernet0

192.168.2.0 255.255.255.0 Dialer1

Thanks for any help

Jens

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Re: Cisco 803 Dial-inPCs

You should not need any static routes or dynamic routes for your connected networks.

Do I understand correctly that the 803 is in your central site, and the dial-in client is a PC?

Check that the router interfaces have the correct masks on their ip addresses, 255.255.255.0, especially the Ethernet.

Also, check that the devices on the LAN know about 192.168.1.26 being a gateway.

Kevin Dorrell (CCNP)

Luxembourg

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