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Hilfe bei RVL200 hinter ISP Router mit festen IP Adressen

Hallo zusammen,

Ich hab jetzt schon 2 Tage lang gesucht, gegoogelt und gelesen, aber ich bin wohl zu blöd - ich kapiers nicht...

ich habe hier von meinem ISP einen Router stehen und habe feste IP Adressen "zugebucht". Am Router vom Provider habe ich eine RVL200 (WAN Port RVL200 mit LANPort vom ISP Router).

Betreibe ich das ganze nun im "Gateway" modus, komme ich zwar mit meinen PCs (am internen LAN des RVL200) raus, aber natürlich nich umgekehrt aus dem Internet rein auf meine Rechner...

LAN IP :   192.168.1.1 

WAN IP :   xxx.xxx.xxx.194             

Mode :  Gateway

WAN Connection Type: Static IP

Specify WAN IP Address:  xxx.xxx.xxx.194

Subnet Mask:   255.255.255.248

Default Gateway Address: xxx.xxx.xxx.193

Ich habe ein kleines 8er Subnet mit diesen Daten zugeteilt bekommen:

Netzadresse/-Größe.......: xxx.xxx.xxx.192/29

Subnetzmaske.............: 255.255.255.248

Anzahl der Adressen......: 8

Adresse des Routers......: xxx.xxx.xxx.193

Erste verfügbare Adresse.: xxx.xxx.xxx.194

Letzte verfügbare Adresse: xxx.xxx.xxx.198

Broadcast-Adresse........: xxx.xxx.xxx.199

Im WAN Bereich habe ich das nun wie folgt eingerichtet:

WAN Connection Type: Static IP
Specify WAN IP Address:  xxx.xxx.xxx.194
Subnet Mask:   255.255.255.248
Default Gateway Address: xxx.xxx.xxx.193

 

ich vermute mal, das ich da noch irgendeine statische Route eintragen muss, damit ich rauskomme (das reinkommen werd ich übers portforwarding dann sicher auch noch schaffen), ich weiß allerdings nicht so recht, was... (jepp, sorry - bin nicht so der netzwerker...)

Aktuell sieht meine Routing Table so aus:

xxx.xxx.xxx.193

255.255.255.255

*

10

eth1

xxx.xxx.xxx.193

255.255.255.255

*

11

ipsec0

xxx.xxx.xxx.192

255.255.255.248

*

0

eth1

xxx.xxx.xxx.192

255.255.255.248

*

0

ipsec0

192.168.1.0

255.255.255.0

*

0

eth0

default

0.0.0.0

xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

40

eth1

Für jden Hinweis wäre ich sehr Dankbar!

Vielen Dank schon mal

Liebe Grüße

Martin      

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Hilfe bei RVL200 hinter ISP Router mit festen IP Adressen

Dear Martin,

Thank you for reaching the Small Business Support Community.

Unfortunately none of the german speakers community members have answered to your inquiry yet, if you require immediate assistance on this matter I's suggest you to try to translate this post to english and/or contact the Small Business Support Center directly to get support on your native language;

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Cisco Customer Support Engineer

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Re: Hilfe bei RVL200 hinter ISP Router mit festen IP Adressen

Hello Jeffrey,

thank you for your reply.

i was not able to find any information or help after a few days searching on the web and asking "Dr.Google..."

i have an Router from my ISP and have a small public subnet what should be usable in the internal lan, my problem is, that this router from ISP is without Firewall and i also need to use an RVL200 for my VPN Connections. So i want to use this also as firewall for my internal Network

the Current Configuration is:

LAN IP :   192.168.1.1 

WAN IP :   xxx.xxx.xxx.194             

Mode :  Gateway

WAN Connection Type: Static IP

Specify WAN IP Address:  xxx.xxx.xxx.194

Subnet Mask:   255.255.255.248

Default Gateway Address: xxx.xxx.xxx.193

Currently i use the RVL200 in Gateway mode. I am Able to use portforwarding with nat to forward incomming traffic for xxx.xxx.xxx194 to one of this servers. But when i change to "Router"-Mode, i can not access any of the IP Adresses.

My ISP provide me with a small Subnet with 8 IPs and i want to assign the .195  to Server 1, 196 to Server 2 and 197 to Server 3 with Nat. So i will have all http / https for IP xxx.xxx.xxx195 natted to 192.168.1.100 and all for xxx.xxx.xxx.196 to 192.168.1.110 and so on...

Guess, i must do some additional configuration in Static Routes... maybe someting more - i am sorry, i am not a networking guy...

This is my current routing table:

xxx.xxx.xxx.193

255.255.255.255

*

10

eth1

xxx.xxx.xxx.193

255.255.255.255

*

11

ipsec0

xxx.xxx.xxx.192

255.255.255.248

*

0

eth1

xxx.xxx.xxx.192

255.255.255.248

*

0

ipsec0

192.168.1.0

255.255.255.0

*

0

eth0

default

0.0.0.0

xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

40

eth1

Any help would be very appreciated

Thank you

Martin

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