not sure if I completely understand your setup. If you want to have two networks, Network A and Network B, to communicate with each other, you can put a secondary address on the Ethernet interface. So the Ethernet interface would have as primary and secondary addresses the default gateways for Network A and Network B. Put a default static route pointing to the firewall and only allow Network A in an access list, or use policy routing to route all traffic only from Network B to the firewall. Hope this makes sense. If not, post your config and I will try and add what I think is necessary :)
Thanks for the reply. What I want to do is use the 1711 as as router between the two network. One network is 220.127.116.11 (255.255.255.0) and the other 10.101.0.0 (255.255.0.0). The router has four ethernet ports so I basically want to route packets from one side to the other (using two ports). One side is currently setup to access the internet via a PIX.
I would just assign the default gateway IP addresses of the two networks to two Ethernet ports, to ensure that both can route traffic to each other. hen to allow only network A to access the Internet (or the PIX) use an access list or a route map. Does that make sense ?
Not quite clear on what you mean. However, I have added the gateway (IP of corresponding IP interface on Cisco 1711) to the machine of each side but still cannot communicate. The packets have gone this far:
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