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configuration check.

I am currently setting up a small network with about 60 users. i have set up most of the local network and am waiting on a satlite dish to set up internet in a remote location. Basicly i am trying to figure out if my router config is going to work before the dish gets here, since i have never done this before.  

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Justin Malone
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yasirirfanCommented:
what kind of router you are using ?
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Justin MaloneSystem AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Cisco 2610
(i also have a catalyst 2900 xl in the mix but the only thing configured on it is the vlans telnet and passwords.)
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kdearingCommented:
If everyone has a specific IP address, why not just use static IPs?
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Justin MaloneSystem AdministratorAuthor Commented:
because these are personal computers that will be used for more than just connecting to this network and i want to make it simple for them to connect and yet i also want to keep control over who connects. later i will add an access list that will block the remaining 15900 unused ip address.

mainly what im looking for in the nat configuration. assumeing i set up a satlite internet connection and assumeing that it passes a public address to my e0.0.1 interface and assumeing that i add working dns servers to the main dhcp pool will i be able to get online.

if needed i can post my switch config but i doubt it is nessessary my vlans work and all computers are receveing address via dhcp

currently the router is the main dhcp server, however i am setting up a domain controler that will eventualy take over that role. ill keep the config on the router and disable dhcp so i have a backup but thats about it.
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