I have a situation that has me confused. I have a 3 site WAN each with it's own private class C. They are connected with T1's on numbered serial interfaces. The sites talk and users can login to servers at the main site. I have a 2620 at the main site and 1750's at each of the remote sites. I am routing IP only. I just brought up a new Internet connection from Sprint wireless and they provided a device that only offers a ethernet interface with a public IP address. I used a d-link gateway device (DI-704 I think) that only supports 253 nodes. Problem is only the nodes at the main site can browse the Internet. The remote sites can still access the servers but can not browse. Is there any cheap fix to get all sites on the Internet? I thought about trying NAT or a secondary IP address or maybe IP unnumbered with a subnetted class C for all three sites. I would like to just add a second ethernet on the 2620 but that is cost prohibitive. Anybody run into this problem before? Thanking you in advance.
I don't know what a DI-704 is or where in your network it is located. It sounds as if your Sprint device is doing NAT or a NAT-like function to translate your private address space at the main site? Who configed the Sprint Device? You may just need a NAT statement added for your remote sites.
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