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  • Cisco CLI VS "Cisco" (Linksys) GUI

    I am somewhat used to CLI- and have configured ACL's and static mappings VIA CLI

    I have been tasked to setup a "Cisco RV220W
    an someone "walk" me through the interface.. what I am doing is not working..

    Here is what I am trying to do
    add static routes and or add ACL

    This is how I would do it CLI

    access-list outside_in extended permit tcp any host Public IP eq ftp

    static (In,Out) Public IP Private IP netmask 255.255.255.255
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    Thanks

  • #2
    Re: Cisco CLI VS "Cisco" (Linksys) GUI

    linksys.... is not cisco

    sure, linksys is GREAT kit, and linksys is now owned by, and badged by, cisco

    but it's not nearly as powerful, and can't be handled in the same way.

    (I don't have a solution to your problem, sorry)
    Please do show your appreciation to those who assist you by leaving Rep Point https://www.petri.com/forums/core/im.../icon_beer.gif

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    • #3
      Re: Cisco CLI VS "Cisco" (Linksys) GUI

      First things first: Setup the router as in the documentation. Linksys is PrePackaged with a consumer proof install. (much easier that a cisco).

      Next: Setup Port forwarding.

      In your example you are just forwarding FTP, so just open the web browser and login to the device and open the port to send FTP to the inside IP Address.

      Google Search found the manual at : http://www-europe.cisco.com/en/US/do...n_v1.0.1.0.pdf

      Page 84 explains how to setup the firewall rules.

      Hobie
      Last edited by Hobie; 10th April 2011, 19:10.

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