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Wannabe Geek
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Topic # 175494 1-Jul-2015 16:38 Send private message

Hi there,




I have recently gotten a VDSL connection and a Huawei HG659 modem router. I am wanting to use this router to provide internet to my managed Cisco network however I am having some trouble with setting up the routing.




The LAN ports and WLAN on the Huawei Router are all within the network. My other managed network is The Cisco router is plugged from G0/0 (ip into a LAN port on the Huawei router.




I set up this very config at my work using an ADSL router and setting a static route on so that all traffic for the network was directed to the address (the cisco router address where it would be properly routed from there)




The issue I am having with this Huawei Router is that in the routing rules it makes me select one of the WAN ports (Ethernet WAN or DLS) as the exit interface instead of just sending it to the ip address.




Anyways for some reason I am having trouble getting this to work. If anyone has done this or knows how to configure these blasted Huawei Routers please help.




Thanks in advance.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 1408449 17-Oct-2015 23:14 Send private message

Ive got the same issue, anyone know anything about this??

You can add


But it seems to make you pick a vdsl/adsl/ wan interface???
Which doesnt make sense, and after inputting it doesnt work .

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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 1410980 22-Oct-2015 11:15 One person supports this post Send private message

I just ended up putting it into bridging mode and it worked fine.

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