Cisco 2801 Router & it's Ethernet Ports

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  1. Scooty

    Scooty Guest

    Hi al
    I have a Cisco 2801 which has an SHDSL WIC installed. This was sent to
    site to be installed but I since found that my ISP uses an NTU to
    connect the router which means the SHDSL WIC is useless
    SHDSL --> NTU (Ethernet) --> Router
    The SHDSL service is connected to the NTU supplied by the ISP and the
    NTU is suppose to then connect to the router via an Ethernet interface
    Can I use one of the 2 Ethernet interfaces on the Router for the NTU
    and the other to connect my LAN at the remote site
    One Ethernet interface connecting to the LAN will be 192.168.204.0/24
    The other interface (the WAN as such) needs to be 10.200.5.17/30
    The ISP's NTU is configured as 10.200.5.18/30
    Will this work or will I need to install an Ethernet WIC into the
    router?

    Cheers,
    Scott
     
    Scooty, Jan 11, 2008
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  2. Scooty <> writes:
    >I have a Cisco 2801 which has an SHDSL WIC installed. This was sent to
    >site to be installed but I since found that my ISP uses an NTU to
    >connect the router which means the SHDSL WIC is useless
    >SHDSL --> NTU (Ethernet) --> Router
    >The SHDSL service is connected to the NTU supplied by the ISP and the
    >NTU is suppose to then connect to the router via an Ethernet interface
    >Can I use one of the 2 Ethernet interfaces on the Router for the NTU
    >and the other to connect my LAN at the remote site
    >One Ethernet interface connecting to the LAN will be 192.168.204.0/24
    >The other interface (the WAN as such) needs to be 10.200.5.17/30
    >The ISP's NTU is configured as 10.200.5.18/30
    >Will this work or will I need to install an Ethernet WIC into the
    >router?


    Thats fine. There's no restrictions in Cisco for what an ethernet can
    be used for. An Ethernet HWIC will just give you another interface if
    you need more than the 2 that it comes with.
     
    Doug McIntyre, Jan 11, 2008
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