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# 133516 24-Oct-2013 22:00
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Hi Guys

I have a Cisco SR520-W Router that is just sitting on my desk at home. I currently have a TG585 v7 Thompson Router and am connected with Telecom ADSL and I need help if anyone knows how to connect my Cisco up to the Internet, as I have tried multiple times.

thanks

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  # 921244 24-Oct-2013 23:06
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What does your debug say?




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  # 921354 25-Oct-2013 06:27
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Need a lot more information - including what model do you have and how are you trying to connect it.

I assume you mean SRP520 which isn't actually a model - it's a range that covers multiple models of which the SRP521W and SRP527W are the two most common in this part of the world.


 
 
 
 




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  # 921380 25-Oct-2013 08:35
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Hi sbiddle

I do mean the SR520w

see link below

http://www.telephonyware.com/telephonyware/products/cisco-sr520w-fe-k9.html

I have that router sitting on my desk at home, have you worked with any of these?


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  # 921386 25-Oct-2013 08:47
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Htech20: Hi sbiddle

I do mean the SR520w

see link below

http://www.telephonyware.com/telephonyware/products/cisco-sr520w-fe-k9.html

I have that router sitting on my desk at home, have you worked with any of these?



hi Htech

Are you looking looking for a default config file to upload?






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  # 921388 25-Oct-2013 08:56
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yea if anyone knows a simple config, or I will have a look later on when I finish work, and use the debug command as I am not 100% sure what the issue is yet.

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  # 921391 25-Oct-2013 09:02
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I'm a little confused what the question is. You can just connect the WAN port on the SR520W to a LAN port on the TG585, assign the WAN port a relevant IP and netmask, set the TG585s LAN address as the gateway, then set your required rules on the SR520W.

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  # 921392 25-Oct-2013 09:04
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Inphinity: I'm a little confused what the question is. You can just connect the WAN port on the SR520W to a LAN port on the TG585, assign the WAN port a relevant IP and netmask, set the TG585s LAN address as the gateway, then set your required rules on the SR520W.


i think he wants to replace the thompson with the cisco, could be wrong tho?




 
 
 
 


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  # 921404 25-Oct-2013 09:16
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BinaryLimited:
Inphinity: I'm a little confused what the question is. You can just connect the WAN port on the SR520W to a LAN port on the TG585, assign the WAN port a relevant IP and netmask, set the TG585s LAN address as the gateway, then set your required rules on the SR520W.


i think he wants to replace the thompson with the cisco, could be wrong tho?


In that case he needs to swap his SR520W-FE-K9 for a SR520W-ADSL-K9. The SR520W-FE-K9 does not have a DSL modem built in.



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  # 921405 25-Oct-2013 09:17
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Hi Yes that is correct, sorry If I wasnt clear. SO I want to swap out my Thompson and replace it with my Cisco router.

Inphinity I could do that however that would be the LAN done, but the rest of my household uses the wifi which I will need to configure as well.



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  # 921406 25-Oct-2013 09:19
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Again sorry for the misleading link for the wrong router, just wanted to show everyone the picture of my router, I do indeed have the SR520W-ADSL-K9 as I do have a DSL Port on the router itself



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  # 921801 25-Oct-2013 17:53
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Hi Guys so Im busy trying to config my Cisco SR520W-ADSL-K9 router so that when I plug the DSL cord ito the router I will be able to have Wifi and ADSL internet. I currently have a Thompson router and just need help migrating over to my new Cisco router, unfortuanately it is command base and I need someone who knows how to do this?

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  # 921848 25-Oct-2013 19:26
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You should be able to use Cisco Configuration Assistant to configure an SR520W. Honestly, if you're not familiar with the Cisco IOS CLI, CCA is going to be a far better choice.



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  # 921854 25-Oct-2013 19:48
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Hi I am very familiar with the Cisco IOS CLI, I currently hold a CCNP Route, however that will not help me here as I dont know whether my config is correct or not, (obviously isn't) so I want to have a crack of it and get some opinions on this site, if you do know how to do this that would definitely be helpful.

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  # 921858 25-Oct-2013 20:02
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Should be as simple as setting interface atm0 with PVC 0/100, and dialer0 for PPPoA. You may want to check out Cisco's admin guide for the SR520W.

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  # 921859 25-Oct-2013 20:03
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Htech20: Hi I am very familiar with the Cisco IOS CLI, I currently hold a CCNP Route, however that will not help me here as I dont know whether my config is correct or not, (obviously isn't) so I want to have a crack of it and get some opinions on this site, if you do know how to do this that would definitely be helpful.


can you post your config file?




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