I have 2 routers. Looking at the first one I have a Cisco 2500 with E0/0 ip 10.240.240.16 and s0/0 10.0.30.66 When I ask it where I am routing 184.108.40.206 & .102 it shows me these 2 are routed to 10.0.30.66. SO I telnet to this 10.0.30.66 and am asked for a password. So far so good.
After having logged in by typing in the password I discover I am on a new router. Interfaces: E0 10.30.17.1 & S0 10.0.30.66. This router is a Cisco 2600! And there are no 2 users. It shows there's only 1 user on it. Then I ask this router where does it route the 2 196 addresses as mentioned above and it shows me they are routed to the E0 interface.
Looking at the configs on both routers they have plain vanilla configs. A few ACL's and route statements and nothing more. The scariest part is the 2 ip addresses are accessible from the LAN in front of the first router (Cisco 2500).
Yet there are no ip conflicts on the LAN. None captured in the log files on the routers. So how is this possible? What am I missing?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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