I am trying to configure a new router for a new internet connection. I was given the following information from the ISP:
Connected point to point ip:
Routed network IP:
Now, using the above info I was able to configure the router so that I can access the internet, however nothing from teh outside can see the router. I cannot ping the X.X.1.30 address, I cannot access any of the X.X.3.224/28 addresses.... nothing.
Here is a scrubbed config:
!This is the running config of the router: 192.168.254.2
I have looked at the config that you posted and I see a couple of things that might be issues. I am not clear why you have assigned your provider address space on the inside interface with additional secondary address space:
ip address 192.168.254.2 255.255.255.0 secondary
ip address X.X.3.241 255.255.255.240
If the issue is that you have more than 14 devices on the inside interface then I would expect that you would use the provider assigned addresses as a NAT pool and translate the private/inside addresses into the provider assigned addresses.
I also believe that it is an issue that the access list for address translation does a permit any:
access-list 1 permit any
This means that that devicdes on the inside interface that are configured in the provider assigned address space of:
will be translated into the address space on the outside interface:
ip nat inside source list 1 interface FastEthernet0/1 overload
I am also having difficulty in understanding the logic of this static route:
ip route X.X.3.240 255.255.255.240 X.X.3.254
why in the world are you attempting to route the provider assigned address space to an address withing that subnet (when that subnet is being translated to something else on the outbound interface)?
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