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CISCO - ping / resolve internal IP from external network,

Posted on 2008-06-10
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BT IP converge
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Cisco config

Hello experts.
We have a number of sites around the UK that have connectivity back to us via an IP converge connection. I'm sending out new routers and they are working fine, but I can only access them via their DHCP address that I have to pull from Steelbelt radius. - is there a way to configure the routers to that the static IP address (internal) is visible / accessable over the IP converge Network?

example:
main office Internal IP    -----> external IP -------- IP converge -------> externalIP --- internal IP Site
Main office 192.168.10.1 ---> 192.168.14.1 ----- IP CONVERGE ----> 192.168.14.2 -- 192.168.32.1

From the main network, I want to be able to ping. telnet the internal IP for t he site.
on some of the older routers we have out on sites, this works fine.. its only the new ones its an issue

many thanks
Dave
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You could setup your own VPN or approach your provider for an MPLS-VPN private IP solution.
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it already is a private VPN solution (BT's IP converge)
There is a way to make a cisco routers internal IP be visible externally, I'm just not sure how to do it.

thanks anyway

Dave
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after some research, i just need to add a loopback for the interface Ip.
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