Cisco WAN :: How Many Private Networks 2800 Supports

Oct 29, 2011

i have two cisco 2800 routers ,  and i have three different networks , so can cisco routers supports more than one private network example,My First location i have one public connection of 200.100.100. 1 and private network of 192.168.1.x network and the second router i have one public connection of and two private networks of 192.168.50.x  and 192.168.60.x ,  So can i route my first location to this two different networks , because my router have only two FastEthernet connection , so how it's possible or not.

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Dec 4, 2011

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I drag i cable from my Cisco switch and put in to Eth0/1. and i want to access this two private networks 192.168.4.x and 192.168.8.x . Now i can access to 192.168.8.x . But i can't access 192.168.4.x ..

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Nov 2, 2011

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Can this be accomplished with an RV042?  If so, how?
P.s.  The problem space, once again, in a non-narrative form with some addresses thrown in:
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I know this could be done with NAT Policy on my ASA 5510 with a site-to-site VPN, but the customer does not want to change the network hardware or addressing. They have cable router with no VPN capability, and they don't want to spend any more money on this project.
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Mar 13, 2011

how to redistribute routes between three independently managed private networks.

Currently: See attachment The two buildings managed by Company 1 are connected by 4x1GB fibre channel ports on Cisco 3750G Standard Image switches. Static routing is used between the two building and static routes are used to direct traffic to Company 2 and Company 3 via routers managed by their respective companies. No NAT is required as all three companies use separate private address schemes.

Network Improvements: See attachment To increase network resilience Companies 2 and Company 3 are planning on installing new routers in building 2. Companies 2 and 3 use Dynamic routing protocols on their internal network.  Incoming and outgoing resilience is required in all three companies.  There is no direct connectivity between Company 2 and 3.

I would like the following questions answered:

1. Is dynamic routing needed in Company 1?

2. Given that only 4 devices are managed by Company 1 will RIPv2 work? NB. Company 2 and 3 have very large networks (3000+ sites).

3. Would route redistribution be best performed on Company 2 and 3’s CE routers?

4. How can route redistribution be controlled by Company 1?

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Jul 18, 2011

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My suggestion was to create a new vlan on the switches with the shortest path possible to get where it needs to go. This way the traffic never goes through our ASA, and it has a small footprint on our network, it plugs into the switch access port with the dedicated vlan at the entry point into our network, and leaves from an access port on the other end. To me that seems to be the best/most secure way to handle it. We're also in the process of rolling out Public Wifi through the entire property and since we'll want to push both Public and Private vlans over it....merging the two networks to a point is only inevitable. Especially since it will be going through a controller and the property covers a good 7000 acres.

A good IDS/IPS...other than already having port security on every port, I'd definitely like to know if somebody inadvertently cross connects the two networks and it starts flooding whatever vlan access port it's plugged in to with dhcp...especially since a lot of the laptop users on the domain are set to DHCP first with a static in the alternate for working at the office and remote.

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Jan 23, 2011

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R1 and F2 have private network ( and need to communicate. Twice NAT can be done all on the ASA to allow this, but I must be doing something wrong. The way I understand it, is that the R1 should see the traffic coming from and sending to that traffic. The ASA will take that traffic, and the inside network should see it come inbound as So the F2 private network communicates with and R1 private network sends traffic to
I turned on "Debug crypto ipsec" and "debug crypto isakmp" but no output is showing up or giving any hint that it is trying to establish anything. 
R1#show run 
version 12.4
hostname R1
crypto isakmp policy 50encr 3desauthentication pre-sharegroup 2crypto isakmp key cisco address


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