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    in reply to: Accessing internet with cisco routeur 1900series #327941

    Re: Accessing internet with cisco routeur 1900series

    wams;253472 wrote:
    I’ve configured my cisco 1900 series router to access internet but no success.

    In my gig0/0 interface I put my ISP settings, I mean:

    IP address, netmask, gateway and DNS.

    I configured NAT overload to gig0/0 interface.

    from the router, I can ping my Gateway but not my DNS.

    I took the settings and use them with a LinkSys router the internet works perfectly and I can ping my gateway and my DNS but cisco 1900 series doesn’t allow me to ping my DNS or access internet.

    Would some body help me to fix it?

    Can you provide a copy of your config (without passwords etc)?


    Shadow2k
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    in reply to: Vlans between routers #327937

    Re: Vlans between routers

    anarine;216535 wrote:
    I have the following configuration in a lab environment:

    SWITCH A (vlan 2, vlan 3)
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    RouterA (10.0.0.2 (wan), 192.168.0.1 (lan))
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    RouterB (10.0.0.1 (wan), 192.168.1.1 (lan))
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    SWITCH B (vlan 3)

    SWitch A and B are layer 3 switches.
    How do I get users on vlan 3 on switch B to talk to users on vlan 2 and vlan3 on switch A?
    1) Is trunking needed at all ? If so, where ?
    2) Do I need to assign ip addresses to each vlan interface?

    It would be helpfull to have the configs, and also the models? Once i see this, can point you in the right direction :)


    Shadow2k
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    in reply to: Cisco 887W – 802.11n but only 10/100 ports? #327936

    Re: Cisco 887W – 802.11n but only 10/100 ports?

    jimwillsher;216128 wrote:
    Please, somebody tell me I’m going insane.

    I’m looking to replace my excellent 877 with something supporting wireless, preferably 802.11n, but still with an ADSL interface.. The 887W looks good, but it only has 10/100 ports.

    How can 300Mbps be achieved on 802.11n if the NICs on the unit are only 10/100? Traffic cannot possibly get from a wireless device to a server on the LAN at 300Mbps.

    Or have I lost the plot?

    Jim

    Does seem daft, although 100mb FD will work at 200mbps

    Although thats still not 300mbps.

    Not seen the specs of the router, but i also wasnt aware cisco made the 887w to the n standard either? (Mainly used the 857/877W routers)


    Shadow2k
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    in reply to: Cisco 877 FTP Port setup advise required? #327935

    Re: Cisco 877 FTP Port setup advise required?

    hankypark;214199 wrote:
    Hi

    I have been trying to get my 877 to allow traffic (FTP) incoming to point the traffic to one of my internal servers but for some reason the traffic coming in seems not to be using port 21, therefore setting the firewall rule doesn’t seem to work, nor the NAT because I can’t figure how to tell it the traffic is FTP but could be any port to pass to my internal server on port 21?

    I would appreciate some light on this if possible, am not really that up on the set up of my 877 but am learning all the time if pointed in the right direction?

    Many thanks in advance for any guidance.

    Regards

    Ray(Hankypark)

    Post a copy of the router config, and what the int server ip address is, and ill see what needs to be changed if you like? (remove all yorus passwords and exturnal IP address)


    Shadow2k
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    in reply to: sbs exchange 2007 and spam? #327927

    Re: sbs exchange 2007 and spam?

    Although this still isnt brilliant, this is how you install the basic anti-spam features on exchange.

    You need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure. To see what permissions you need, see the “Hub Transport server” entry in the Transport Permissions topic.

    1.Run the following command from the %system drive%/Program FilesMicrosoftExchange ServerV14Scripts folder.

    Copy Code ./install-AntispamAgents.ps1

    2.After the script has run, restart the Microsoft Exchange Transport service by running the following command.

    Copy Code Restart-Service MSExchangeTransport

    More reading here – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb201691.aspx


    Shadow2k
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    in reply to: 550 5.7.1 Unable to relay #327916

    Re: 550 5.7.1 Unable to relay

    One most common error for the 550 (esp if its a new domain)

    Its that the SMTP relay your relaying through, hasnt been enabled for the new domain.

    The error will show its your server to blame as well.

    Best way to check is to turn SMTP logging on in exchange. Follow the event logs and youll see wheres its being rejected properly.

    But first, check with your SMTP provider (what ever is in your SMTP connector) that your allowed to relay with that domain.

    If its Direct – Useing DNS – change this to your ISP SMTP relay (ie, if your useing BT as isp, use mail.btconnect.com) – but again, youll need to ring BT to register your domains for relaying, this applies to all ISPS server.

    If its incoming, have you set up the mail mx records on the domain to go to your exchange mail server? (public ip) And set up the receipment policys in exchange to reflect the extra domain?


    Shadow2k
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    in reply to: Router not booting #327911

    Re: Router not booting

    The correct answer would be to put the router into ronmon mode and use either tftp or Xmodem to put new IOS onto the router.

    Ive had to recover a few of these over the yrs :shock:


    Shadow2k
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    in reply to: Cisco 857 support subinterfaces? #327900

    Re: Cisco 857 support subinterfaces?

    Correct, just been onto TAC,

    The 837 supports subints, but doesnt support vlans,

    The 857 supports only 1 vlan, and no subints.

    The 877 supports only 4 vlans, and no subints (no good when u need 13)

    The next model up which does, is the 1841. Which ive just ordered.


    Shadow2k
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    in reply to: cisco 857W intranet exchange access #327884

    Re: cisco 857W intranet exchange access

    You will need to update a DNS record on the internal DNS server.

    So, internaly xxxx.dyndns.org would point to your server IP address.

    Externaly however would function as normal.


    Shadow2k
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    in reply to: Router Cisco 827 Ip Over Atm #327883

    Re: Cisco 857 – Bridge config – For use with Watchguard, sonicwall etc, PPOE

    DOR; you need to be more clear in what your trying to archive? Are you trying to set up the router as a dumb modem and putting a watchguard or sonic wall after it?

    Or are you trying to set up the router, as a router and port forward 3389 (for terminal svr’s) to your server?

    And im aware of your 2 week ban so ill await a responce.

    DOR;126183 wrote:
    Hy

    Can I use this configuration in a Internet connection using IP Over ATM.? (Router Cisco (37)

    The provider gave these parameters :
    — get IP from DHCP ***
    — Bridge Mode = RFC1483
    — Encapsulation = LLC
    — Qos Service = UBR
    — Qos Class = UBR
    — PCR = 4000
    — SCR = 4000
    — MBS = 10
    — VPI = 0 / VCI = 35

    ** I can not understand this because I have also a Ip Fix (that i acquired to the provider) because I want to work remotely in a application using a Terminal Session.

    I Have no support by the provider because I am not using his modem / Router

    Can you help me?

    Thanks in advanced


    Shadow2k
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    in reply to: Configuring Cisco 857 as a WAN modem? How? #327882

    Re: Configuring Cisco 857 as a WAN modem? How?

    Seeing as no one else has the knowledge here for this answer ive sat down and figured it out.

    So ill post a how to


    Shadow2k
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    in reply to: VPN Issues – CISCO 857 – EASY VPN SERVER #327881

    Re: VPN Issues – CISCO 857 – EASY VPN SERVER

    Fixed this issue a while back, but didnt have time to report the fix.

    The problem was, due to having multiple gateways set-up.

    So for this i set some static routes on the servers as this way alot easy.

    The below command is what i used.

    Start, then run, then cmd

    ROUTE MASK -p

    so if the VPN ip pool was 192.168.20.0 with a class C subnet, and the VPN router was say, 192.168.15.254, you would use this command:

    eg, “route 192.168.20.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.15.254 -p”

    Now the -p is for persistant, this is so it stays there even on the next reboot.

    You would also need to run this on either all the servers, or all the PCs that the VPN users woul dneed to get access to.

    Cheers

    Rob :beer:

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