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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
I honestly have no idea, dlink's configuration is extremely limited.
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
Turned off EIGRP, thank you very much for your help!
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
Now that I understand this thanks to David Schwartz's link (firewall.cx/cisco-technical-knowledgebase/cisco-routers/…), it worked perfectly. Thank you!
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
@DavidSchwartz: it seems like overloading the nat did exactly what I needed. I instantly got interwebs on the client when I did ip nat inside source list 1 interface Ethernet 0/0.100 overload. You're the best. Thanks!
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
@SpacemanSpiff: I'm sorry, I was doing ip classless on the switch again. Yes, I did it on the router now.
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
@DavidSchwartz: How can I configure it properly? Could you throw a good guide my way? I'm sorry, I'm not very knowledgable in Cisco.
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
The outside - 172.16.7.1 - router is a crap d-link that's not extremely configurable. I didn't make any changes in the d-link's interface at all yet. Also, I'm not completely sure what eigrp does, the only reason I have that is because someone I know who knows cisco said it's not bad to have it. Would it help if I removed it?
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
I can ping the Cisco router from client computers and the switch. Neither can ping the outside gateway though: 172.16.7.1. The router, on the other hand, can ping everywhere and everything.
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
Added sho ip route to main question, sh ip nat trans shows a blank line. Also, as I commented earlier, I don't seem to have the command "ip nat inside source". It ends at "ip nat inside" or "ip nat outside"
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
joeqwerty: my bad, I mistakenly ran that command on the switch. On the router, ip sho route gives: Gateway of last resort is 172.16.7.1 to network 0.0.0.0 172.17.0.0/24 is subnetted, 1 subnets C 172.17.7.0 is directly connected, Ethernet0/0.200 172.16.0.0/24 is subnetted, 1 subnets C 172.16.7.0 is directly connected, Ethernet0/0.100 S* 0.0.0.0/0 [1/0] via 172.16.7.1
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
Do you mean 172.17.7.0, not 172.17.1.0? That's the inside network - vlan200.
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
And yet it's not working.. oddly.
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
SpacemanSpiff: where should that command go? I already have ip nat inside for int Ethernet 0/0.200, and my router doesn't have ip nat inside source as a command. Maybe it's too old?
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comment Single-port 2600 router with 2900XL switch
1) How would I set a default route? 2) Would that be in configure t or somewhere deeper? I just tried it and there's no such command. Maybe my switch is too old for that. 3) see (1) 4) Assuming that's default gateway, it would be dhcp'd to the computers. On my only client it's 172.17.7.1, which is the inside VLAN200, the cisco router. As it should be. 5) It's in the pastebin, and thanks to the edit, now in the main question. joeqwerty: I don't have such command, only sho ip. That outputted 200. tracert to 8.8.8.8 gets nowhere, not even the router, although I can ping the router fine.