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ip routing

I am using a cisco 1605R Router.

How can I access the router from my PC? and how can I Rout a static IP to my PC?

I am using PcAnywhere and need to be able to access my PC from behind the router. (I have a static IP).

Appriciate any help.

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Re: ip routing

Hello,

could you give more information about how you are using this router?

vlad

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Re: ip routing

Hi, Thanks for your help;

We are just using the router to access the internet and have 5 PCs connected to it. I need to be able to direct the static IP which is given to me by the provider to my desktop PC with a local IP address.

I am trying to get to my PC from a remote location, but my PC sits behind this router.

Thank You.

Hall of Fame Super Bronze

Re: ip routing

You need an IP NAT static configuration, please

see:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/ps5413/products_feature_guide09186a00801dc742.html

Rate this post if it helped.

Thanks

Re: ip routing

Hello,

As Edsion post, you need NAT

but a better link would be :

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk175/tk15/technologies_configuration_example09186a0080093e51.shtml#configs

as you probably need PAT on a specific port.

I believe that you are already doing nat to permit all 5 PCs to get out to the internet ,correct?

for instance, do it like this for a web-server:

internet interface:

int s1

ip add IP-internet mask

ip nat outside

internal interface

int fa0/0

ip add IP-internal mask

ip nat inside

then configure static PAT (globally)

ip nat inside source list 1 interface s1 overload

ip nat inside source static tcp your-machine-IP 80 serial-IP 80 extendable

access-list 1 permit internal-network WC

Vlad

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Re: ip routing

Hi thanks for your help.

My main problem is accessing the router, I do not know how to access the router from my PC (Router is physicaly hard to reach).

I do not have a web server, I just have 5 PCs connected to 1605R Router and the Router is connected to internet (using T1).

After I access the Router, then problem becomes how to program it to direct the outside IP to my PC within this private network behind the Router.

Thanks for any help.

Purple

Re: ip routing

Hi,

If you wish to use PCanywhere, you might need to do something like the following in addition to the basic NAT config from the previous posts:

ip nat inside source static tcp your-machine-IP 5631 serial-IP 5631

ip nat inside source static udp your-machine-IP 5632 serial-IP 5632

That should allow you to access it via PCanywhere..

Hope that helps - pls do rate the psot if it does.

Paresh

New Member

Re: ip routing

You can access the router doing a telnet to the gateway configured in the PC.

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