I got one 64kbps internet connection from my local ISP provider as simple cat 5 cable with Rj45 Connector. But the problem is i want to extend that same internet to my home with the help of two routers. how can i get connected to that network.
I have one wan setup like R1 s0 is 10.2.1.1/30 & E0 is 10.2.3.1/24 and other end R2 s0 is 10.2.1.2/30 & E0 is 10.2.4.1/24. I got the internet connection termination on R1 Lan PC that is having 10.0.147.10 /24 and gateway is 10.0.147.111 which i was got from ISP provider, and the secondery ip address is 10.2.3.5/24 address on ethernet card. But i want to share that ip whis was given by ISP to my local network at R2 Lan end.
What is the solution for this problem please help me..
Thanking you for your responce.. axactly the ISP termination is on Ethernet port of 2610 router . that port addresses are 10.2.2.1/24 & 10.0.147.11/24 is secondery. and his gateway is 10.0.147.111 that where can i assign in router..?
I got your reply but according your attachment picture ISP is directely terminated on router . But that is not correct that ISP line is terminated on Ethernet port of my Pc in R1 Lan that pc having secondery address of
10.2.3.5/24. you please give me your mail address then i will send to the same picture with modifications ..
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