Routing between Eth0 and Eth1 on Cisco 1605r

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by greenleef, Jul 2, 2005.

  1. greenleef

    greenleef Guest


    I'm new to cisco routers, I have an ISDN 1605r and I am trying to set
    it up to route two different networks ( and
    I have assigned the addresses and can ping each address of each port.
    Thats as far as I have managed...

    Please could somebody tell me how I can enable routing between the two
    networks? I would like to enable HTTP and DNS but at the mo I can't
    even ping each adapter address from the other...

    Thanks for your help !!
    greenleef, Jul 2, 2005
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  2. Hi,

    Assigning both interfaces ip addresses and enabling "ip routing" should do
    the trick. Make sure that hosts on either side of the router have a route to
    the other network installed. This can be done either via a default-gateway,
    specific route-entry or via other routers on the network that know how to
    get to the network behind the 1605r.
    A tip; don't start playing with access-lists until you know basic
    connectivity has been establised.


    Erik Tamminga, Jul 2, 2005
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  3. greenleef

    aservin Guest

    Can you show us the config? It would be helpful to help you.

    aservin, Jul 4, 2005
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