Hi, I have a frame relay connection to a remote site that is properly working. The issue is that this router needs internet access through our router. Even thought they can ping through the frame line, they cannot access the internet. It seems like our firewall is blocking their connection to the internet. Any suggestions?
As the previous post states, you'll require a default gateway on your remote router, if you do a > show ip route, this should tell you if you have a default gateway applied on the remote router. If you have not got this route then apply this to the router: (in config mode)
>ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 (your main internet gateway IP)
make sure you write to memory.
Now if you do show ip route again on the remote router you should see:
>gateway of last resort is (your main internet gateway IP) to network 0.0.0.0
and if you do a show config, you should see (further down the router config) ip classless of the applied ip route above.
On my previous post I mentioned that you'll need a gateway of last resort applied to your remote router and a route on your firewall (were ever this is) for the remote router, so when clients from the remote end access internet the remote router will forward this to the firewall.
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