I have a relatively basic network with all my data stuff on the 192.168.0.x subnet, and VoIP devices on a 10.211.2.x subnet. The entire network is behind a PIX 501, at 192.168.0.1. The pix is the default gateway for internet access. I have a 2801 router running CallManager Express, at 10.211.2.1, and a 2nd interface with a 192.168.0.x address.
My question is, either through the GUI or otherwise, how can I configure the 2801 router to get internet access? I need it, so that I may not only set up NTP access (my timestamsp are off), but also so that I may expirement with some of the 'services' access that the VoIP phones are capable of.
jus try to ping any public ip address from the router thats it, if it pings, then your router can access internet, if your router wanted ping eg. yahoo.com, don't forget to add the name server in the router.
in your description aboove you didn't inform where exactly router is sitting and what is diagram if you can provide the diagram than only we will be able to put coments i think you should allow only certain port from router to go on internet so that your router will be secure
HTH please post diagram and information about router
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