cisco 827 problems connecting to www after power cycle
I have a cisco 827 with dsl on it. I am running nat . every time I get disconnected from my ISP or have to shutdown the router for whatever reason
the Nat Ip addresses on my computers won't get access to the internet. I have to change the IP address on my computers and it works. eg my router nat is 10.254.254.1 my next ip on the station is .2 -.6 I move that range to .12 to .16 I add a 1 to the last number and it works. and then later on or next day I change them back and it works again on the previous IPs.
Re: cisco 827 problems connecting to www after power cycle
Try clearing the NAT table the next time your hosts can not access the internet (clear ip nat trans *). You shouldn't have to change your ip address to get NAT working again. To figure out what the router is doing, you might also want to run a debug ip nat or debug ip packet against an access-list (use caution when running debugs).
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