Cisco 2501 1 Ethernet and 2 serial ports and I got a CABLE/DSL

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Wajdi Georges, Jun 2, 2004.

  1. I have a Cisco 2501 1 Ethernet and 2 serial ports and I got a CABLE/DSL
    router/HUB with WAN port and 4 RJ-45 ports connected to my DSL modem. Now if
    I want to add layer of firewall behind my existing CABLE/DSL router using
    Serial port converting to RJ-45. Can I connect my CABLE/DSL router to the
    Serial port since it is known that you can connect WAN to the serial port it
    is documented at Cisco site. Or using a transceiver The signal has been
    changed from serial port to RJ-45? right?

    1-And would the 2501 router work with DSL/CABLES routers?
    2-Would the cisco 2501 router work with DSL modems if I connect the DSL
    modem to the Ethernet port on the 2501 router?

    Georges
    Wajdi Georges, Jun 2, 2004
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  2. Please see my answer to your two other posts on this issue in a.c.cisco..

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    Johnny Routin

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    "Wajdi Georges" <> wrote in message
    news:CDovc.23107$...
    > I have a Cisco 2501 1 Ethernet and 2 serial ports and I got a CABLE/DSL
    > router/HUB with WAN port and 4 RJ-45 ports connected to my DSL modem. Now

    if
    > I want to add layer of firewall behind my existing CABLE/DSL router using
    > Serial port converting to RJ-45. Can I connect my CABLE/DSL router to the
    > Serial port since it is known that you can connect WAN to the serial port

    it
    > is documented at Cisco site. Or using a transceiver The signal has been
    > changed from serial port to RJ-45? right?
    >
    > 1-And would the 2501 router work with DSL/CABLES routers?
    > 2-Would the cisco 2501 router work with DSL modems if I connect the DSL
    > modem to the Ethernet port on the 2501 router?
    >
    > Georges
    >
    >
    Johnny Routin, Jun 2, 2004
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