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Route problem

My problem is the next....

i try configure a router from a remote office for access to the internet throught a local router and next to a aDSL router....the remote lan is 172.18.1.6.0 /27, the remote wan conection have a IP add 192.168.1.2 /30, the local wan conection have a IP add 192.168.1.1 /30, the local lan is 172.18.1.0 /24

Remote Router:

LAN: 172.18.6.1

WAN: 192.168.1.2

Local Router:

LAN: 172.18.1.1

WAN: 192.168.1.1

aDSL:

LAN: 172.18.1.8

In the remote router i make this route "ip route 209.3.2.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1 "

In the local router i make this route "ip route 209.3.2.0 255.255.255.0 172.18.1.8"

The aDSL router i make the route to the remote office "ip route 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 172.18.1.1"

209.3.2.5 is the address to reach in the route, the aDSL is making NAT overloading and have a default route to a upstream router who know how get 209.3.2.5

After make this configuration i can make ping from the aDSL and local router to the internet server and the remote router can pass the aDSL with the route but the remote clients cant access the internet server, i cant ping the servers from my remote clients, my wan conection between the remote and local router is a frame relay link with a CIR of 56kbps.

My question is.....this is the right configuration, a pal say the problem is the nat function in the aDSL, but went i make a traceroute from the remote router i pass the aDSL with any problem and i cant get my upstream router from the ISP......thanks for read this crap ;)

Note: i dont have any proxy server o access-list apply

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Re: Route problem

You are going to need a static router in the local router pointing to the 172.18.6.0 network so that it know where to send return traffic for the devices on the LAN. A ping from the remote router does not need this to work since it uses the source address of the WAN interface.

New Member

Re: Route problem

the local router have a route to the network 172.18.6.0, the remote user can have access to the local server in the network 172.18.1.0

Bronze

Re: Route problem

Try adding a route destined to 172.18.6.0 via 172.18.1.1 in the aDSL router.

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