cisco 1841 config.

Posted on 2006-04-16
Last Modified: 2010-03-19
i have cisco router 1841 , there is 2 FE port fe0/0 and fe0/1 .
can i connect f0/0 to internal n/w and fe0/1 to other n/w and config. two seprate n/w.
As i am bigner  pls let me know the config. steps also.

 pls let me know how to config.  router for lease line as i have one serial card also and i want to config. same model for the lease line also
Question by:KANOOIT
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    Yes you can configure the router to connect to two networks and you can also configure for lease line if you have the right interface/wic.

    To begin, can you post your existing configuration from your router. Telnet to the router and type show run and paste the output.

    Secondly, what is the ip address you want to assign f0/0 and f1/1 and what networks they will be connected with.

    Third what kind of lease line do you have, is it a point-to-point t1, connecting to a frame relay etc. Do you have the information about protocol/bandwidth/channels etc for this line?

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