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How do I configure my Cisco 877 router on bridge mode.
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by:vijaydawda
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Hi,
Thks. for quicky reply,  I Tried but it does not get through,  I have one more choice, that is configure this as nat router then pass all incoming connection on one of the internal ( LAN) IP, infact I want to do VPn with this router & fortinet at one end & other end has fortinate with leased line
 
could I get NAT config for 877 router?
 
Thanks in advance
 
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by:Don Johnston
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> I Tried but it does not get through,

What does this mean? Does it not accept the commands? Can you post the current config please.

As for NAT and VPN, what version and feature set is your IOS?
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use the following command -
ip nat inside source static tcp 10.0.10.239 80 128.147.165.57 80 extendable

i.e.
ip nat inside source static tcp (Internal Server IP Address) (port) (Static IP provided by ISP) (incoming port) extendable
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