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Pumping Internet over a P2P LL - 7.Jun.2010 12:10:16 AM   
veepuri

 

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Hi,
 
I have ISA 2004 facing the Internet in my HO.
ISA IP s
Public IP : 202.65.X.X
Private IP: 192.168.1.13
 
I have a HP Procurve router behind the ISA which connects to the Remote Branch over a P2P LL.
HP Procurve IP Settings at the HO
Private IP on  eth 0/1:192.168.1.238 - Facing the HO LAN
Private IP on Ser 0/1: 10.10.10.1 -Facing the P2P Link
Default Gateway : 192.168.1.13
The HO LAN has good access to internet - with either the ISA or the HP router as the Gateway.
Cisco router IP s
Private IP on Fe 0/2: 192.168.10.65 - Facing the Remote LAN
Private IP on Ser 0/2: 10.10.10.2 - Facing the P2P Link
Only one IP route on the Cisco Router
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.10.65
 
Now both the LAN s are communicating excellently with each other.
But I'm not able to pump internet to the Remote Branch.
 
Pls can any one help?
 
Thanks,
VamsheeKrishna,
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RE: Pumping Internet over a P2P LL - 14.Jun.2010 5:36:51 PM   
pwindell

 

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LAN Router on the Remote LAN (if there is one) must use the Remote LAN P2P Router as the Dafault Gateway

Remote LAN P2P Router must use the HO P2P Router as the Default Gateway
Remote LAN P2P Router must have routes telling it to use the Remote LAN Router as the gateway to any other Remote LAN Segments

HO P2P Router must use the HO LAN Router (HP) as the Default Gateway
HO P2P Router must have routes telling it to use the Remote P2P Router as the gateway to any other Remote LAN Segments

HO LAN Router must use the ISA as the Default Gateway.
HO LAN Router must have routes telling it to use the HO P2P Router as the gateway to any other Remote LAN Segments

ISA needs the IP Ranges of all LAN Segments added to the Internal Network Definition.
ISA must have a Static Route telling it to use the HO LAN Router (HP) as the Gateway to get to all other segments.

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