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Hi,
i have a Cisco 857w wireless router, with the help of someone here i was finally able to get it to access the internet and distribute connectivity in my netwwork.

my problem is ... my wirless access point can access the internet just fine but cant connect or ping any of the intrernal IP addresses not even the router ! i would like to allow access from the wirless to th einternal machines, also i would like to use encryption on the wireless access point and MAC filtering.

i also would like to open different ports to allow access to some services in the internal network .

i attached my config file for your review, please have a look and tell me what should i do .


Thank you !
SDMConfig1.txt
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firstly, just a few clean ups in your config might sort out your issue with the wireless and lan not talking.

we'll be removing your two dialers that do nothing, as well as taking nat off from the vlan 1 interface (thats handled by your BVI 1 interface)
conf t
no int dial 2
no int dial 0
int vlan 1
no ip nat inside
exit

port forwarding is achieved very simply...

ip nat inside source list static [tcp/udp] [internal ip address] [internal port number] interface [external interface] [external port number]

for example
ip nat inside source list static tcp 192.168.1.10 80 interface dialer 1 80
will give port 80 (http) access in from the world to 192.168.1.10 inside your network.

hope this helps!

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by:tcands
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Thank you for the response, the forwarding worked just fine ! however wireless is still not able to ping local address but can get any website outisis ethe network just fine !
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I don't understand how your wireless clients have access to the internet there... there is no ip nat inside source list statement that should let it work.

you really need to have
ip nat inside source list 100 interface dialer1 overload
 and to remove the other two "ip nat inside " statements

are you able to do a "show bridge" for me?

and just quickly to answer your encryption question.
WPA2/AES with a pre-share key would be your best bet to get going quickly.. I personally don't get into mac filtering as they can easily be spoofed anyway - but thats up to you. WPA2 with *eap is possible as well, but thats a much longer conversation.

ssid WLAN
  authenitcation open
  authentication key-management wpa version 2
  wpa-psk ascii *your psk here*
!
interface dot11radio0
 encryption mode ciphers aes-ccm
 !


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are you able to post an updated config (passwords/keys removed) for me?

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i attached a show bridge output and the most recent config i have right right after saving everything and reloading the device .. hope this helps !
SDMConfigNEW.txt
Show-Bridge.txt
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I am not quiet sure how to set the encryption, if u please write me the commands i would really appreciate that !
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