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Disabling Router Services

Router 1801 w/ ADSL connection (see attached config). I have applied the following to the A0 interface:

no ip address

no ip redirects

no ip unreachables

no ip proxy-arp

Do these settings also need to be applied to A01 & Dialer0 also?

I would appreciate any comments as to this configuration.

Regards

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Re: Disabling Router Services

Hi Mike

Are you facing any problems in getting connected with your current configuration ?

Dialer0 is binded to ATM interface so that it can negotiate the PPP/LCP with the SPs NAS or access server and recieve an ip to get you to the outside world.

regds

Re: Disabling Router Services

Hi,

The commands needs to be applied on ip terminating interfaces . There would not be any use applying in interfaces which donot have ip as the L2 frames are sent via the interface rather than a ip packet .

So the commands must be applied on the dialer interfaces to take effect.

Hope this helps.

regards

vanesh k

Re: Disabling Router Services

Hi Vanesh

You shouldn't apply no ip address command instead you need to have ip address negotiated to receive the ip from the SP.

regds

Re: Disabling Router Services

Hi Edwin,

I think " ip address negotiated " is given under the dialer . As the dialer is binded with the ATM , there may not be a requirement for ip address in ATM.

Pls correct me if iam wrong

regards

vanesh k

Re: Disabling Router Services

Hi Edwin,

Is that you mean to say with the " no ip address " in the top that is mentioned .Fine this should not be added to dialer , other should be added to dialer to take effect.

Thanx for mentioning the same.

regards

vanesh k

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Re: Disabling Router Services

Thanks for your advice. I will apply the commands to the dialer, except th no ip address, & see if it has any effects on my connectivity. The end result is better security on my router.

Regards

New Member

Re: Disabling Router Services

Hi

Many thanks for your input.

Regards

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