Thanks for the help! I have one question. I'm using the router 2516 as a hub and my cable modem for access. None of my computers are getting out. Is there anything else I need to do to make the router accept my three computers and get out through the router, then the Modem? I really appreciate this. Thanks again for the help earlier. AJ
Try not to laugh. All I did was run the router and enable the Ethernet0 port. All my computers could talk to each other. I used E1 port to connect to a DSL router, Then I connected it to my Highspeed cable modem. It worked fine, but then I wanted to eliminate the DSL router. I want to use the Cisco as a hub and use E1 port to connect to my cable modem and reach the outside world. Here's the conf's below:
I really want to thank you for all your help. Also, I wanted to tell you that how I had it hooked up...worked. I was able to connect a new computer to the router, it was to connect to the internet. I had the computers to the Cisco 2516 ethernet ports 2-4. Next, I had the LINKS router to ethernet port 1
Then I had the LINKS router to the Cable modem.
I unplugged everything and plug it all back in and now it doesn't work. It's a little frustrating when you know it works. I'm at the begging of learning about routers, so any addtional information would be helpful. Maybe a list of commands and what they mean would help.
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