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Help Configuring Cisco 2600 Router

Discussion in 'Networking' started by stech1, Oct 20, 2003.

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    Thanks to the help of others I am slowly but surely building up my network for CCNA Testing. Rockn was a big help and recently got my DNS server up and running. Since then I have introduced a Cisco 2600 Router into my network.

    Network Description:

    Network 192.168.0.0:
    DLink DI 604 connected to the Internet(192.168.0.1)
    Windows 2003 Server(192.168.0.2)
    Workstation(IP is Dynamically Assigned)
    Cisco interface 0/0(192.168.0.3)

    Network 192.168.1.0
    Cisco Interface 0/1(192.168.1.1)
    Windows 2000 Server(192.168.1.2)

    The default Gateway on the Cisco Router is 192.168.0.1

    The issue is that some of the network devices cant be seen on the other side of the Router.

    The Firewall and Workstation can only ping devices in the 192.168.0.0 network.

    The Windows 2003 Server(192.168.0.2) can ping everything on both sides of the Router. The default gateway is set to the cisco router(192.168.0.3) and can access the internet through the router.

    The windows 2000 Server(192.168.1.2) can ping both interfaces on the Router and the Windows 2003 Server(192.168.0.2) but not the workstation or the firewall.

    The Cisco Router can ping all devices.

    If it is helpful, I can give a printout of the Cisco running config. Whats frustrating is that the windows 2000 Server can see the the windows 2003 Server but not the Workstation or Firewall. It just doesnt make any sense to me.

    Id appreciate any input as to what may be causing the problem.

    Thanks
     
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