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Double InterNet Router

Local LAN with two InterNet-Router:

- Cisco/1801 for ADSL line(flat princing)

- Cisco/1700 for HDSL line (traffic pricing)

The internal LAN is connected to the Eth-0 of the Cisco/1801

The Cisco/1700 is connected to the Eth-1 of the Cisco/1801

Because of the costs, the HDSL line is to be used ONLY for the VPN (one site-to-site and several clients).

HDSL has a public static IP address.

Internet navigation, generic download, Mail, etc. have to use ADSL line.

I can configure the Cisco/1801 to have ADSL connection and the site-to-site VPN working, but I can not connect from outside with the client VPNs.

In fact, pinging from outside the public address (HDSL local VPN peer) I receive responde from the ADSL public IP (dynamic).

I tried several static routes and several ACLs, but I can not find a right configuration.

Some suggestion?

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Re: Double InterNet Router

Do you have static nat on the 1700 ?

I'm not sure what you are pinging, for the VPN client issue, but if you ping the HDSL address it seems strange the ADSL responds.

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