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Topic # 146907 2-Jun-2014 13:41
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Hi, I got a question for the technical ISP people.

I am doing a CCNA course. I have a old Cisco 887 ADSL router from my old school, (they have fibre now).

I have reset the router to factory settings and have been trying to set it up the same as our existing Netcomm NB6Plus4 modem.

I have already setup Vlan1 with DHCP for the local side of the router and I've confirmed this works. I've been having difficulty setting up the WAN side for ADSL.

I've been following these instructions and I'm stuck on step 10.
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/routers/access/500/520/software/configuration/guide/520_SCG_Book/520scg_ppp_atm_nat.html

ip route prefix mask {interface-type interface-number}

Example:

Router(config)# ip route 10.10.25.0 
255.255.255.0 dialer 0
Router(config)#

Should this IP be the network address for my vlan1 or the default route of Telecom?

My Netcomm has this default gateway
System Up Time               00:01:49:30
DSL Speed (DS/US)         8711 / 1112 Kbps
LAN IP Address                192.168.1.1
Default Gateway             222.152.11.1
Primary DNS server         202.27.158.40
Secondary DNS server    202.27.156.72

If it is 222.152.11.1 what is the subnet?

Any thoughts?

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  Reply # 1057958 2-Jun-2014 13:57
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ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 dialer 0




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  Reply # 1058145 2-Jun-2014 18:48
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put 'ppp ipcp route default' under your dialer0 interface and you don't have to configure any routes.

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