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Cisco 871 Router - No NAT to Routable IP Range

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Hi,

I’m having a bit of trouble with a test config I have setup for a new Internet service with publically routable IPv4s delivered to my company.

I have a /30 with which I peer my FW to my ISPs router and then a /25 routed to me from my ISP. I subnetted my /25 in to two /27 & one /26 networks. The /26 will be served to my company’s partners as publicly routable addresses.
 
In my config below I have set the peer up fine (fe4) so pinging etc. is fine. VLAN 1 is set to be the gateway for the /26 I’m serving to my partners. If I choose an IP address in that range I can’t reach the internet. I’ve tuned off NAT because I don’t need it for that network.

Any ideas? The IPs in the config have been sanitized but are stateful.

Thanks.
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-what FW  stands for
-how many public IPs you got
-the purpose (publish servers , vpn if vpn how many sites)
-post a diagram
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by:Sanjeevloke
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I c on f4 u have put ip nat outside ...remove it...
also make a trace to any internet IP if it reached 2.2.2.1 then it is OK.
If browsing is not happening have u configured public DNS servers ?

also configure it in router to check for e,g
#ip name-server 3.3.3.3
#ip domain lookup

ping www.gmail.com from router ...
also check u can ping any public pingable IP

ping 74.125.236.23 source 1.1.1.126 ---if it ping there should not be a issue ...
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by:TimotiSt
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If you mean  iface VLAN 10 is the gateway of your partners, then it looks good to me.
Are you sure your ISP is routing your /25 correctly?

Tamas
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Fixed myself.
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