I have a Cisco 806 for access to a Cox ethernet handoff.
The information I have from Cox is:
Customer LAN space:
Network for use on customer's equipment: 70.x.28.144/28
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.240
IP Space Available to Customer: 70.x.28.145 - 70.x.28.158
Customer's Connection to Cox:
IP address of device facing Cox: 70.x.30.98
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.252
Gateway for device facing Cox: 70.x.30.97
How do I get the 806 config'd to pass traffic for this config? One address is to a mail server running all usual mail protocols and a web interface. Another address is to a spam filter. There are also two addresses going to two SonicWall NSA240s for Internet access to two different buildings.
I'm not sure what it is you are asking as this seems pretty straight forward. If the 806 is acting as your border router then you just need to put the 70.x.30.98/30 IP on the interface connected to the
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