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Cisco 5505 switching to Comcast static IPs

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Hello out there -

I am a Cisco newbie and have been tasked with switching static IPs from an unknown ISP to Comcast issued static IPs on a Cisco 5505.

I have been provided 5 static IP by Comcast. The client also needs the VPN to continue to function properly.

I am pretty sure that I will only need to switch the old static IPs with the new static IP addresses, however, I have never done such a thing on any Cisco product or VPN.

What do I need to look out for and, if possible, could you provide me with a quick walkthrough of the process?

Many thanks!
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Well, that was very helpful.  I was able to get the gateway and the staic IPs updated and the network is functioning and able to communicate with the internet. Tank you for your help.

However, now the RDP is not working. I pointed the static IP to the RDP address and we are able to access the RDP login screen, but it will not accept the password for the domain.

Any ideas on how to remedy this?

Let me know. Thanks
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Are you using this format for username;

Domain\username
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yeah - turned out to be user error - I am pretty sure the user was fat fingering his password - thanks
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