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Passing Internet WAN/LAN traffic from 1600 router to Cayman router

I have Cisco 1600 series routers at three locations tied back to another 1600 at the central site. I also have a Caymen router at the central site serving a a DSL connection to the Internet.

I would like to pass the incoming internet traffic from the centrall 1600 router to the Caymen router.

Can I just set the default gateway and provide DNS information on the central 1600 router to the caymen router?

And as for the WAN Clients - should their default gateway point to the 1600 or the Caymen router (if the Caymen has static ip)

P.S. these WAN links are 56k frame

Help!!! Thanks!

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Re: Passing Internet WAN/LAN traffic from 1600 router to Cayman

You can just set all your WAN 1600 routers default gateway to point to the central 1600 router. Then set up a default route on your central 1600 router pointing to the Caymen. Last, the Caymen will route all the traffic to the internet. Good luck!

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