Re: [ph-networkers] Need help on Cisco 1751 V Router..

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Subject: Re: [ph-networkers] Need help on Cisco 1751 V Router..
your topology is just fine... fix your routing table at routerA, routerB and
FW...

fooler.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Bong Fadriquela" <cybong@???>
To: <ph-networkers@???>
Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2003 8:52 PM
Subject: [ph-networkers] Need help on Cisco 1751 V Router..


> Helo all,
>
> We're using an E1 line from pldt to connect our offices in two separate
> buildings. We got this setup, for our second office to join our main

office
> lan as well as PBX:
>                                             ISP
>                                             |X.X.X.Y
>                                             |
>                 Leased Line                 |
>                10.10.10.0/30                |X.X.X.X
> Router-B                    Router-A    FW  |                |
>       (X)----------/\/-----------(X)       [X]---------------| DMZ
>        |                          |         |192.168.1.1     |
>  192.168.2.1                  192.168.1.2   |
>        |                          |         |
>        |                          |         |
>  -----------                  ----------------------
>  192.168.2.0/24 192.168.1.0/24

>
>    BUILDING B BUILDING A

>
> We simply want our network B to connect to network A and internet as well.
> However, Router-A can't ping a ws on the same subnet when the gw specified

on
> the ws is the FW's, and can't even get out to the internet.
>
> All ws in the 192.168.10.0 subnet can access the internet, but why is it

that
> the router--having its E0 interface on the same subnet--can get out the
> network's default gw where this is no rules blocking in the FW. What

confuses
> me most is, the router can't even ping a ws on the same subnet when that

WS's
> gw is 192.168.1.1.
>
> Should I try another topology or solution? Are their any caveats on a

Cisco
> 1751 V router?
>
> I'll appreciate any advise and thank you very much.
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