I have been assigned the following from my ISP.
WAN: 22.214.171.124 /30 (255.255.255.252)
Your IP Address Subnet Block:
Network: 126.96.36.199 /29
Default Route: 188.8.131.52
I have a Cisco 1760 with a 4 port switch. I setup FastEthernet 0/0 as 184.108.40.206. Should I then setup a Vlan as 220.127.116.11 and assign .18 and .19 to my servers?
Make sure to incorporate a default route to 18.104.22.168 (ISP router connected to you) in your configuration.
Other than that, it should work provided the ISP is announcing the 22.214.171.124/29 out to the internet.
The servers .18 and .19 should have a default gateway to .17.
I have completed that. The servers can see each other, but I can not get to the internet. My WAN, fastethernet0/0 is up, but the protocol is down. When I look at ip routes, it says Gateway of last resort not set. Its shows 126.96.36.199/29 is subnetted, 188.8.131.52/29 is directly connected , VLAN1.
>My WAN, fastethernet0/0 is up, but the protocol is down.
We need to make sure the interface is up/up before dealing with any ip route issues.
What's the device providing the connection to F0/0?
You need to troubleshoot that connection. Make sure the encapsulation matches (are they using PPPoE?) and the wiring is correct.
The goal is to have the FasEthernet up/up.
The next-hop is not available at the moment since the FastEthernet is down. Once the FastEthernet is up/up, the route will be shown.
Wasn't I helpful on my previous post? not sure about the rating of '1'.
There is nothing I can suggest about bringing a LAN interface up/up other than checking wiring issues. Is that simple.
Thanks for you help. I appreciate it. Your advice.
"You need to troubleshoot that connection." That is what I am doing.
"Make sure the encapsulation matches (are they using PPPoE?)" I guess I should have been more specific. It is ethernet to another router.
"The goal is to have the FasEthernet up/up."
PPPoE is done over Ethernet and that's the only protocol that I can think of, which would prevent an LAN interface from coming up/up if the wiring is fine.
If it's Ethernet to another router, you need a xover cable.
Good luck with dealing with the Colo tech-support :)