I have had troubles getting this to work now from console i can now ping anything on the net, before i couldnt, but now my pc from CMD cannot ping anything past the router here is the conf , let me know if i did something wrong,no worried about security yet till i get it working,thanks
Your DHCP server dishes out addresses from the range 192.168.2.0/24, yet your default gateway is 192.168.1.20, which is not from the same range, so it will not work, meaning that effectively your hosts will not have a working default gateway.
So either change your address range to:
ip dhcp pool test1
network 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0
or change the IP address of your interface FastEthernet0 to an address from the range 192.168.2.0
Also, you need your inside source statement for NAT to work:
Ok...i added them in and still didnt work, hwtas funny from with in the console i can ping anything, but from pc i cant get passed the outside interface,but can ping the outside interface.
here is how it is setup,
cable modem>firewall> router> pc w/crossover
firewall ip = 192.168.0.80 LAN, wan = dhcp from cable
router outside interface = 192.168.0.2
inside interface = 192.168.1.1
pc = 192.168.1.2
now the firewall is just a netgear firewall router,
and my connection is cable via dhcp. is there anything im doing wrong or could try. Is it cause of two routers, this is giving me a headache, i have configured ospf,igrp ,rip ,router to router with switches in place and never had any problem, of course it was 2500 series and 1900 catalyst. this is the 1721 router, which it should be this hard to get working, im not even trying any secuity yet. thanks for any info.
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