While still learning I am unable to find the name of the wan interface port on my Cisco 1841. According to SDM I need at least two interfaces to set up a NAT to provide Internet for my LAN hosts, I therefor assume I need to configure the WAN port and LAN port.
While the LAN port is titled FastEthernet0/0 in the configuration file, I cannot find the name of the WAN port in there. I have read the documentation available and searched around for it but unable to find any solution to my problem.
Ran show ip interface brief and it only listed FastEthernet0/0 and FastEthernet0/1. Maybe I'm getting it wrong but I thought the cable from the modem would go into the port labeled "CTRLR T1/E1 0" on the router to supply Internet.
Should I instead connect the FE0/1 to the modem and configure the FE0/1 port with my ISP information (IP, Submask etc.)?
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