I have a pair of SRP527W-U units, which each connect to a separate ISP by ADSL2+ . I am attempting to use each simultaneously as follows:
ISP-A via Cisco A for general traffic, and to run HTTP server X
ISP-B via Cisco B to run HTTP server Y
HTTP servers X and Y are on one machine, but binding to two separate IP addresses eg x.x.x.3 and x.x.x.4 . In a situation like this, I would normally configure Cisco A and Cisco B with x.x.x.1 and x.x.x.2 respectively. CiscoA would run DMZ to x.x.x.3 and Cisco B DMZ to x.x.x.4. The server would use x.x.x.1 as the default route. Then I would set Cisco A to have a policy route catching source address x.x.x.4 and sending it to next-hop/gateway x.x.x.2.
BUT, the policy route feature requires traffic be sent out the WAN port or a tunnel (no next hop, only WAN side VLANs, tunnels or interfaces). configuring a GRE tunnel connecting the two routers is fruitless, and the tunnels refuse to be created on the LAN side (tunneling is only possible out the WAN).
Attempting to simultaneously use the 4th LAN/WAN port in WAN mode also fails, as the WAN port is only available when the ADSL port is not. Under Win2000 and Linux it was possible to configure two separate network cards and use seperate sub nets, each with a default route. This feature no longer works with more recent versions of Windows.
How I might get this working, without buying a 887? I am open to buying a 547.
I have to do a policy route on my cat6500. basically, I want to redirect all traffic from 10.1.1.100 to internet address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx to another machine 10.1.1.101. however, the 10.1.1.100 and 10.1.1.101 are in save subnet. not directed to cat6500, but both connecte to same switch which is linked to cat6500. However the 10.1.1.101 is not a cisco router. but some sort of equipment which change traffic and pass them to another subnet.
that means can I do below:
access-list 101 permit ip host 10.1.1.100 host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx route-map reroute permit 10 march ip address 101
I have a 3750g on which I am trying to configure the ip policy route-map command on each of the vlan interfaces. However after entering the command it does not appear. I'm not sure what to do at this point. I have changed the SDM template to routing and I am running the IPServices image.
I try to enter the command "ip policy route-map" on 3750's interface. But the command doesn't appear. Why? Whereas I see several times that this command is possible on this switch. What I have to do to enter this command?
I have been using a route map to pick WAN exit points (PBR) on a 3725 router. This have been working fine with /24 networks. I am trying to pick the first /28 piece out of the 10.1.1.0 network and send it out a different exit from the rest of that network. I have tried the /28 entry at the start and end of the route map, although I thought the first match would stop any further route map processing. The entry does not seem to have any effect, as traffic from all addresses in the 10.1.1.0 /24 network exit per the "route-map 10-LAN permit 11" section.
access-list 5 remark Ten Dot 1 low 63 IPs access-list 5 remark SDM_ACL Category=2access-list 5 remark Ten Dot One Low 63 IPs access-list 5 permit 10.1.1.0 0.0.0.63 log [ code]....
i have a Layer3 Switch Cisco WS-c3750G -24T , initially i have a IOS version c3750-Ipbase , recentely i have upgraded my IOS to c3750-Ipservices-M to enable to PBR for my network , i have created all the acl and tried to give the route-map with PBR , the command was initiallying but i am not able to see the applied route-map in my policy route , i have gone through the blog and enabled SDM prefer routing , but no luck .
configuring policy based route for my cisco router?Basically, I have a 2811 cisco router with 2 ADSL ports. 1 port is for iiNet line and another port is for Telstra line.I want to configure a policy based route on the router so that:Any traffic coming from 1 internal IP (i.e. 172.16.x.1) will go through iinet line (i.e. Dialer 0) interface.Any traffic from rest of the office will go through the Telstra line (i.e. Dialer 1) interface. Is there any easy way to configure this policy based route?
I have a 3560G that I cannot apply a policy route-map to one of the VLAN interfaces. I am running up to date software, c3560-ipservicesk9-mz.150-2.SE2 and it accepts the command, but does not show it in the sh run of the interface. I updated to this code as I had seen previously someone said it needed to be version 15 before you could apply route-maps to VLAN interfaces.
Here is my configuration below , i have upgraded my C-3750 switch IOS from IPbase to IPservices , after upgrading i have tried to apply PBR on my Vlan 4 and failed , when i am tying to apply route-map to Vlan4 the command was taking but i am unable to see the route-map when sh run , i am giving the command as "ip policy route-map TTSL" in my Vlan4 , below is the configuration.
In Vlan2 i have connected one ISP and Vlan4 I have connected one ISP , my local subnets are 192.168.1.x and 192.168.2.x , now i want to route the 192.168.1.x traffic from Vlan2 and 192.168.2.x Traffic from Vlan4 .
sh boot coreswitch#sh boot BOOT path-list : flash:c3750-ipservices-mz.122-35.SE5/c3750-ipservices-mz.122-35.SE5.bin
I have a SRP527W router connected to a L2 managed switch (a TP-Link... I know, it is not a Cisco...). and a PC and a Printer connected to the switch. Now, I want to have the PC and the printer on 2 VLANs.
I've created 2 VLANs on the SRP (192.168.1.0/24 and 192.168.2.0/24) and I have assigned Lan port 1 to both. The SRP acts a DHCP server so I have the SRP setup as 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.2.1 providing IP addresses to the 2 VLANs.
I setup VLAN 1 and 2 on the switch, assigning port 2 to VLAN 1 and port 3 to VLAN 2 (port 1 is trunk and connects to the SRP).
When I fire up the PC and printer they get their respective VLANs correct addresses (PC: 192.168.1.30 and printer: 192.168.2.30) but I cannot for the love of Odin see the printer from the PC. The SRP has Inter VLAN routing enabled. By the way, the switch has address 192.168.1.2
I have a network which is based upon a 4507 Core/Dist switch, with 1G fibre to a bunch of radially connected 2960 Access switches. It all works fine and as expected for data and telephony.I have been tasked with setting up one of the VLANs to support multicast, so a bunch of video streams will be injected at the 4507, and will be delivered to client PCs connected to the 2960 switches.The 4507 is running with SVIs to some VLANs, but the VLAN that will have the Multicast on it is isolated, with no SVI.I could change this if required,I need to run IGMP snooping, and probably deploy CGMP to take advantage of the Cisco-proprietary functionaity.
I've got a new Cisco srp527w-u router which is working fine though it's syncing at a lower rate than my Billion (6mbps vs. 8.5 mbps for the billion on the same line). I had tweaked the billion way back to connect with a 4db SNR margin and almost certainly this is why it achieves the higher rate (by comparison the cisco is syncing with an snr margin of 12db). Is there some way that I can configure it to use a lower SNR margin? I realize this might reduce connection stability but I'd at least like to be able to give it a try if possible.
I recently bought a Cisco SRP527W and I'm trying to setup a second wireless network for guests.
I created a "guest" VLAN and I assigned the "guest" SSID which I have created.
I created a "guest" DHCP server and assigned it to the "guest" VLAN.
The "guest" SSID is set to broadcast and has WPA2 Personal (TKIP+AES) authentication. These are exactly the same settings I have for the "non-guest" WiFi.
However, I can't get my clients to connect to the network. The "guest" WiFi is visible and clients are prompted to enter the password but after that they end up with an APIPA address. When I move the "guest" SSID to VLAN1 (along with all the other networks) then it works absolutely fine.
I was just wondering if I'm simply missing something in the configuration ..
The device is running the latest firmware (1.01.24 (003) September 7, 2011)
DHCP server has DNS Proxy setting enabled and WAN Interface configured as "Default Route" (have basically replicated the same settings as VLAN1)
my client has just had the above router supplied by telstra and upon setup can no longer access filemaker server which was accessed prior on their netgear router. I have port forwarded to 5003 and 16000 as per the previous setup. Is there another setting somewhere that i am missing like perhaps static ip or something. I might add that networking is not my strong point.
I've just received a new SRP527W-U-E-K9 router to replace an old D-link router. However Apple IOS devices are not discoverable by iTunes on a Windows PC. The PC is connected to SRP527 by wired ethernet. All IOS devices are on the same SSID and the same VLAN as the wired ethernet devices.I have been reading on several other threads in this site about this exact same problem. The fault was that multicast broadcasts were not being forwarded between wired ethernet and WiFi on the same vlan. url...
The fault in thie above thread was resolved by a firmware update MR3 (v1.1.19) last year however it appears that the SRP527W-U has slightly different firmware to this version.The configuration of my SRP527 is the same as the original poster's config in the above thread. [code] The version information of my SRP is embedded below. As it is brand new, I assume that it is the most recent firmware, so I would have assumed that the bug which was resolved in the above thread above would be incorporated in this firmware version. [code] Is Cisco aware of this problem and is there any other firmware that I can load onto my model of SRP to resolve this?
I have a Cisco SRP527W at my remote office set up. I have configered a VPN connection to it. I installed Cisco VPN Client on my laptop.I can connect to the VPN but can not access the shared folders. I can ping the PC that has the shared folders. I take my PC and connect to the onsite LAN with WIFI, and I can now view the shared folders. I assume it must be somthing in the VPN set up that is blocking the shared folders from being seen. I also have disconnect all firewalls during testing at the remote end. I'am using windows 7 (64) on both PC's.
We have a SRP527W, we have created VLAN for DATA and VOICE remotly connected to an office by VPN.
VPN is working fine.
Now we want to register SIP lines integrated in SRP527W to a Cisco Call Manager located in our office.
The problem is that the source of SIP packets is WAN interface of the SRP527W, so packet wont pass in the VPN. Is possible to change the IP source of the SIP registration ? The most useful will be to set the IP source SIP on the voice VLAN.
Currently we're using Cisco 867 routers, wich connect to a IP-VPN network with internal IP's. I'm trying to test a SRP527W router as a replacement for the current 867 routers, as they are more affordable for our customers in the SMB segment.
However all our 867 routers have 'ip unnumbered' on their dialer interfaces (we're using PPPoA) to avoid NAT and problems with SIP and easy management of the IP Phones behind the router.
Does any know if it is possible to have the same IP on the WAN interface and the LAN interface? If so, how do you configure it in the SRP527W?
I have recently purchased a srp527w and I am thinking to buy a Cisco wireless ip phone 7921g. Does it works with the srp527? Do I need another device betweenn my srp527 and the ip phone? or it just works by configuring the voice vlan. If so, what phone would it work, the analog or the ip phone?
I've been having the lockup issue with the SRP527W (in fact this has been an extremely embarrassing situation after spending 4 x what I could have on a Net gear type unit, to do the same task). I've not yet managed to get hold of the new firmware (MR3) as I've not received the email with a link.
On another note, I'm not sure if this has been covered in other posts, but, when my unit stops working (Wireless still alive, no internet) - the CPU hits and stays at 100% and only a reboot fixes it.
I just bought a new Cisco SRP527w and I'm just new on this kind of equipment. I can't locate the user management tab as I'm trying to change the default password.Also, I can't access the internet. My dsl modem rj45 is connected to the WAN/LAN port with IP Static settings.
I'm trying to configure the newly install Cisco Small Business router SRP527W. This router is provide by one of Malaysia ISP
Problem I found is that, when a user (me) login to the router via web access, than I request my colleague (B), to test the feature I set to the router and try to login to the router via web access at his laptop.
Suprise, suprise, user B redirect to the basic setup page with Admin privilege without enter username and password. By upgrade latest firmware still unable to solve it.
I am having trouble setting nat rules on device SRP527W-U with the latest firmware 1.2.4 (003). The latest firmware 1.2.4 has introduced the possibility to create specific nat rules via "ACL policy rules". I am trying to use this "new feature" not available in the older releases to get my network configuration done. The configuration I would like to do is to have two different vlan. In the vlan1 I would like to nat the PCs via the point_to_point interface and in the vlan2 I don't want use nat feature so each computer will be reachable via public ip address. I have configured two different PVCs on the device.