Simple vpn on Cisco 2620
Posted on 2002-04-17
Ok, here's the situation. I have a 2620, totally generic from Worldcom, hooked to a T1. That's all working with the public gateway and IP setup.
I want to bind an alternate VPN IP address (i.e. 192.168.0.1) to the box and have workstations on a private IP network be able to reference the gateway via the vpn IP so they can continue to browse each other but not be accessible publicly.
A tech guy came over and bound the IP address to the box as a secondary and now I can ping the router using this 192.168 address but it doesn't work as a gateway. I can ping the address, but going to the box, it cannot ping anything in that subnet. It looks like routing is going out, but not coming back. What's wrong?
The 2620 is connected into an intel switch and everything else is plugged into the switch. Everything works if we reference the router on the public ip, but not the private. There's obvious some other setting(s) not done.
Can someone walk me through how I might fix this? I know absolutely nothing about IOS except how to log into the box and switch into en mode, and before I spend the next week reading up on things, I was hoping maybe someone could at least walk me through how I might get the box routing on this vpn. Is this as simple a thing as I think? Remember, there are no weird settings or anything.