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Apr 19, 2011

I am trying to set up my Cisco 520 router with a firewall that will: Allow port 80 traffic to the vlan 20,Block all other incomming ports to vlan 20 (unless initalised from inside),Allow all outgoing ports on vlan 20,Block all access from vlan 20 to vlan 10 (unless initalised from vlan 10)

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Cisco Wireless :: 1941W Basic Configuration Required

Apr 22, 2012

I am replacing a cisco linksys router with a 1941w.
I have the 0/0 accepting a DHCP from the ISP then I have 0/1 going to a switch and hosting a dhcp server.
Where I have an issue is:
A) Finding a way to turn on the wireless and make it use the same DHCP as wired and setting up a user name/wep password
B) Turning on the GUI that is supposed to be embedded on this.
C) Finding a way to make the DNS point to the default gateway so that I don't have to set the address everytime we move the box.
Here is my current configuration, and with it I can get onto the wired network and get to the internet.
Current configuration : 4712 bytes
! No configuration change since last restart
version 15.1

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1. how to assign ip address to inside ethernet and outside ethernet

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went at browsing to find these all i could find is web based configs. i need cli commands.

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May 21, 2012

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I can ping back and forth from the ASA to, and to However, what I'm trying to achieve is to be able to ping from to and vice versa.

I have attached the configuration file with this post as well.

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Jan 3, 2013

I am struggling to get this working after spending many hours looking at it I am now completely stuck. We are upgrading from a 857W to this 887 VA-M I have some experience of IOS and the 800 series. Our 857W works perfectly using almost the same config. Our situation is that the router will sit in front of our firewall and act essentially as a simple router passing everything through to our Firewall. Nat is done at the Firewall.
We currently have the following configuration that seems to connect the the ISP fine but I cannot connect to the vlan2 port on the switch the firewall cannot connect to he internet or route anything via the Vlan2 port no pings etc.. I am using Fast Ethernet 0 as the Vlan2 port and the rest are V LAN 1 with a local network address to allow me to connect a laptop.
We have a block of static IP addresses, the base of which is assigned to the V LAN 2 interface and used by Dialer 0 as IP Unnumbered. Config below.

4590 out of 262136 bytes
! Last configuration change at 17:42:06 UTC Thu Jan 3 2013
! NVRAM config last updated at 17:43:00 UTC Thu Jan 3 2013
! NVRAM config last updated at 17:43:00 UTC Thu Jan 3 2013
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Current configuration : 770 bytes
version 12.3
service timestamps debug datetime msec
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