I hve a 4006SGM which acts much like a 2600 router. It has a GigabitEthernet0/0 and a Fastethernet0/0. On Gigabitethernet0/0 I have ip 192.168.0.1, on Fa0/0 I have 22.214.171.124. I would like to have hosts on the 192.168.0.x network access the 158.114.52.x network.
Any Ideas? I cannot seem to get the routing working. I would like to use static routes as nothing should change on this network route wise..
I don't know about the 4006SGM specifically but as soon as you put an IP address on an interface on a router then you enable IP processing. Putting IP addresses on 2 interfaces should enable IP routing between them.
There is no need for static routes or any routing protocol between directly connected networks.
Assuming that the hosts (on both 'sides' of the router) have the appropriate default gateway address configured (the IP address of the router interface on their LAN) and both interfaces are up, then the only other option left is that ip routing needs to be enabled. This, surprise, surprise, is done by entering 'ip routing' in global config.
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