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RV110W Routing&NAT

Hi.

Please let me know whether you can make the attached network using by RV110W or not.

When I read the mannual of "rv110w_admin.pdf", P38, I guess RV110W cannot be built both NAT & Router mode.

Because, I cannot setup NAT for internet access if I setup "Operating Mode" as "Router" on the setting of "Networking > Routing".

And, I cannot setup the routing for internet access & MPLS-VPN access if I setup "Operating Mode" as "Gateway" on the setting of "Networking > Routing".

BR,

Yom

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Re: RV110W Routing&NAT

In gateway mode (NAT enabled), RV110W will NAT the traffic between WAN and LAN, and route between the multiple IP subnets on the LAN side.

In the router mode (NAT disabled), RV110W only routes between subnets.

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Re: RV110W Routing&NAT

In gateway mode (NAT enabled), RV110W will NAT the traffic between WAN and LAN, and route between the multiple IP subnets on the LAN side.

In the router mode (NAT disabled), RV110W only routes between subnets.

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RV110W Routing&NAT

Dear Tekliu,

Thank you for your prompt reply.

I appriciate it.

You mean that I can setup the following routing on RV110W in gateway mode as the attached PDF file.

Cisco RV110W Routing

Destination 0.0.0.0->Gateway [Global IP address(PPPoE)]

Destination 10.0.0.0/8->Gateway 192.168.3.1

Destination 172.16.0.0/12->Gateway 192.168.3.1

Destination 192.168.0.0/16->Gateway 192.168.3.1

I try to arrange it.

BR,

Yom

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