We have a Cisco 1812 behind an AT&T Netopia 3346N DSL Switch. We are trying to provide outside PCAnywhere access to a PC on the inside. I opened (suggested by the folks at Netopia) a pinhole on the Netopia switch for PCAnywhere, but still cannot get to the 1812 > server > PC.
Right now, we only require one (1) remote user for a short period of time. (I've hired a young IT whiz who will configure the appropriate VPN for our long-term remote requirements, but the start date is next week.) I need to allow our ERP supplier access to our system for an upgrade before Oct 1st. We planned on performing those activities this weekend.
Thanks for any help!
!This is the running config of the router: 192.168.168.200
Thanks, but I am not clear on what exactly to do with these values. Do I remove vlan2 and rebuild it with merely the ip nat inside line?
I use the SDM rather than CLI (since it warns me prior to entering that mode that "Expert User" skills are necessary) and I still struggle with just what parameters are set by what fields in SDM. I've got the 1812 offline right now and am considering a restart.
We've got several PCs running static IPs (legacy setup) and several running on DHCP. I'm thinking I should move all to DHCP? Then I only require vlan1, right?
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