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configuration example for 2503

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Hi:
I want to configurate a CISCO 2503 with IOS 11.0 to Internet.
I need an example of configuration to an ISP.
The configuration is through an isdn interface, and no public ip adresses.

Thanks a lot
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by:tzanger
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that's a really *really* vague question.

most times (on 2500 series hardware) you'll be connected to your uplink through the serial port and either PPP or HDLC.  Your upstream provider will know this information.  They'll also know what IPs you have and what your "other-end" IP is.

This information is required before anyone can even think of answering the question.
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Go to www.cisco.com/tac  The technical assistance center provides sample configurations
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