Configuring a 760 for internet access

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Cesco van Gool, Feb 10, 2006.

  1. Hi all,

    I have a problem with the 760 ISDN router...

    I have loaded the c760-in.b-NET3.43.1.bin and have configured it with Fast
    Step... The final check in Fast Step [sometimes] gives an error though...

    Setup router => always OK
    Test basic connection => always OK
    Test internet connection => sometimes OK, but mostly with errors saying that
    the WAN IP addresses don't answer.

    The weird thing is that I can check my email, use newsgroups, can call
    people through Skype, but can't browse the web... Maybe this is blocked
    somewhere in the configuration file?

    Unfortunately I don't know enough to analyse it, but I do know how to change
    it with hyperterminal... So maybe someone here can help me by having a look
    at the log below?

    Ah... I am in Poland... don't know whether that matters ;-)

    Thanks,

    Cesco



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    CD

    SET SCREENLENGTH 20

    SET COUNTRYGROUP 1

    SET LAN MODE ANY

    SET WAN MODE ONLY

    SET AGE OFF

    SET MULTIDESTINATION OFF

    SET SWITCH NET3

    SET ALAWVOICE ON

    SET INTERNALTONES NONE

    SET 1 DELAY 30

    SET 2 DELAY 30

    SET BRIDGING ON

    SET LEARN ON

    SET PASSTHRU OFF

    SET SPEED AUTO

    SET PLAN NORMAL

    SET 1 AUTO OFF

    SET 2 AUTO ON

    SET 1 NUMBER

    SET 2 NUMBER

    SET 1 BACKUPNUMBER

    SET 2 BACKUPNUMBER

    SET 1 RINGBACK

    SET 2 RINGBACK

    SET 1 CLIVALIDATENUMBER

    SET 2 CLIVALIDATENUMBER

    SET CLICALLBACK OFF

    SET CLIAUTHENTICATION OFF

    SET SYSTEMNAME [my isp login name]

    LOG CALLS TIME VERBOSE

    SET UNICASTFILTER OFF

    DEMAND 1 THRESHOLD 0

    DEMAND 2 THRESHOLD 0

    DEMAND 1 DURATION 1

    DEMAND 2 DURATION 1

    DEMAND 1 SOURCE LAN

    DEMAND 2 SOURCE LAN

    TIMEOUT 1 THRESHOLD 0

    TIMEOUT 2 THRESHOLD 0

    TIMEOUT 1 DURATION 0

    TIMEOUT 2 DURATION 0

    TIMEOUT 1 SOURCE LAN

    TIMEOUT 2 SOURCE LAN

    SET AOCDTIMEOUT OFF

    SET REMOTEACCESS PROTECTED

    SET LOCALACCESS ON

    SET LOGOUT 20

    SET CALLERID OFF

    SET PPP AUTHENTICATION IN CHAP PAP

    SET PPP CHAPREFUSE NONE

    SET PPP CHAPALLOW MULTIHOST OFF

    SET PPP AUTHENTICATION OUT NONE

    SET PPP AUTHENTICATION ACCEPT EITHER

    SET PPP TAS CLIENT 0.0.0.0

    SET PPP TAS CHAPSECRET LOCAL ON

    SET PPP PASSWORD CLIENT ENCRYPTED [removed]

    SET PPP SECRET CLIENT ENCRYPTED [removed]

    SET PPP PASSWORD HOST ENCRYPTED [removed]

    SET PPP SECRET HOST ENCRYPTED [removed]

    SET PPP CALLBACK REQUEST OFF

    SET PPP CALLBACK REPLY OFF

    SET PPP NEGOTIATION INTEGRITY 10

    SET PPP NEGOTIATION COUNT 10

    SET PPP NEGOTIATION RETRY 3000

    SET PPP TERMREQ COUNT 2

    SET PPP MULTILINK OFF

    SET PPP MULTILINK PPPHEADER ON

    SET COMPRESSION STAC

    SET PPP BACP ON

    SET PPP ADDRESS NEGOTIATION LOCAL OFF

    SET PPP IP NETMASK LOCAL OFF

    SET IP PAT UDPTIMEOUT 5

    SET IP PAT TCPTIMEOUT 30

    SET IP RIP TIME 30

    SET CALLDURATION 0

    SET SNMP CONTACT ""

    SET SNMP LOCATION ""

    SET SNMP TRAP COLDSTART OFF

    SET SNMP TRAP WARMSTART OFF

    SET SNMP TRAP LINKDOWN OFF

    SET SNMP TRAP LINKUP OFF

    SET SNMP TRAP AUTHENTICATIONFAIL OFF

    SET DHCP SERVER

    SET DHCP ADDRESS 10.0.0.3 200

    SET DHCP LEASETIME 1440

    SET DHCP NETMASK 255.255.255.0

    SET DHCP DNS PRIMARY 194.204.152.34

    SET DHCP DNS SECONDARY 194.204.159.1

    SET DHCP DOMAIN

    SET DHCP GATEWAY PRIMARY 10.0.0.1

    SET DHCP NETBIOS_SCOPE

    SET CALLTIME VOICE INCOMING OFF

    SET CALLTIME VOICE OUTGOING OFF

    SET CALLTIME DATA INCOMING OFF

    SET CALLTIME DATA OUTGOING OFF

    SET USER LAN

    SET IP ROUTING ON

    SET IP ADDRESS 10.0.0.1

    SET IP NETMASK 255.255.255.0

    SET IP FRAMING ETHERNET_II

    SET IP PROPAGATE ON

    SET IP COST 1

    SET IP RIP RECEIVE V1

    SET IP RIP UPDATE OFF

    SET IP RIP VERSION 1

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    SET USER Internal

    SET IP ROUTING OFF

    SET IP ADDRESS 0.0.0.0

    SET IP FRAMING ETHERNET_II

    SET USER Standard

    SET PROFILE ID 000000000000

    SET PROFILE POWERUP ACTIVATE

    SET PROFILE DISCONNECT KEEP

    SET IP ROUTING ON

    SET IP ADDRESS 0.0.0.0

    SET IP NETMASK 0.0.0.0

    SET IP FRAMING NONE

    SET IP RIP RECEIVE V1

    SET IP RIP UPDATE OFF

    SET IP RIP VERSION 1

    SET IP FILTER UDP OUT DESTINATION 0.0.0.0/0:137-139 IGNORE

    SET IP FILTER TCP OUT DESTINATION 0.0.0.0/0:137 IGNORE

    SET USER RemoteNet

    SET PROFILE ID 000000000000

    SET PROFILE POWERUP ACTIVATE

    SET PROFILE DISCONNECT KEEP

    SET BRIDGING OFF

    SET 1 NUMBER 0202130

    SET 2 NUMBER 0202130

    TIMEOUT 1 THRESHOLD 20

    TIMEOUT 2 THRESHOLD 48

    TIMEOUT 1 DURATION 360

    TIMEOUT 2 DURATION 60

    TIMEOUT 1 SOURCE BOTH

    TIMEOUT 2 SOURCE BOTH

    SET PPP ADDRESS NEGOTIATION LOCAL ON

    SET IP ROUTING ON

    SET IP ADDRESS 213.76.125.122

    SET IP NETMASK 255.255.255.0

    SET IP FRAMING NONE

    SET IP PROPAGATE ON

    SET IP COST 1

    SET IP RIP RECEIVE V1

    SET IP RIP UPDATE OFF

    SET IP RIP VERSION 1

    SET IP PAT ON

    SET IP ROUTE DEST 0.0.0.0/0 GATEWAY 0.0.0.0 PROPAGATE ON COST 1

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER UDP OUT DESTINATION 0.0.0.0/0:137-139 IGNORE

    SET IP FILTER TCP OUT DESTINATION 0.0.0.0/0:137 IGNORE

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER UDP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:137-138 BLOCK

    SET IP FILTER TCP IN SOURCE 0.0.0.0/0:139 BLOCK

    CD

    LOGOUT

    [my ISP login name]>
     
    Cesco van Gool, Feb 10, 2006
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  2. Sounds like you may have your PC set up to use a proxy server for the web?

    Does the provider support BACP and channel bonding? Looks like you are set
    up to dial two calls. Does the ISP support that? If not, you may get
    problem every time you bring up the second link.
     
    Phillip Remaker, Feb 11, 2006
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  3. As far as I know I am not using a proxy server.

    I have tried to 'telnet' http pages and that does work (!?)... so how is it
    possible that I see the html code in telnet, but my browsers don't see it?

    II am only using one data-channel, that is set up in Fast Step. It is true
    that the router does seem to mess up my ISDN line for the ISDN telephone...
    but I have not closely looked at that yet... first things first ;-)

    Cesco
     
    Cesco van Gool, Feb 12, 2006
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