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routing

I have two router. Router A is connected to a NTU directly to internet.

Router A

serial port IP: 202.20.20.10

ethernet port IP: 202.20.30.1

Router B serial port is not connecting to anything. How can I configure Router B to access internet through Router A.

Pls advice.

Thanks

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New Member

Re: routing

Gateways and routing protocols my friend.

Bronze

Re: routing

Preferably, you should connect Router B with Router A via LAN,

for a better link speed. However, with the following assumptions:

1. Only a single serial port for Router B is available

2. Router A has another serial port available

3. You are using V.35 cables for the serial ports

4. You have a V.35 DCE cable

connect Router A and Router B via back-to-back serial cable connection.

Configure clocking on the router where the DCE cable is attached,

configure IP addresses, configure routing. If you don't have enough

global IP addresses, you can use NAT.

It would be better if you could specify which routers do you have and

what ports are already used.

Hope this helps.

Bronze

Re: routing

What types of ports you have on the Router B- If you have ethernet port, just connect with the router A on ethernet side thru some hub or switch.

What is the subnet mask of your networks??

New Member

Re: routing

subnet: 255.255.255.0

How should I configure the IP route, can you give an example.

Thanks

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