[lug] Cisco 675 Config.

John Starkey jstarkey at ajstarkey.com
Tue Sep 5 11:20:11 MDT 2000

> Again, bridging mode doesn't give you one more IP, it just moves that
> IP from the 675 to the router at your ISP.  You still have to have a
> "default gateway" IP on your block of IPs.

So with 4 machines 5 IPs is all that's needed (not MASQ'ing)? If my IP's
are x.x.x.0/4 with:

0 PTR (Cisco 675)
1 PTR ns
2 PTR ns1
2 PTR www
3 PTR mail
4 PTR imac

for instance.

Will this work???


route add default gw x.x.x.0 


How do machines on the outside know where x.x.x.1 is when I change my
SOA to that number???

Reverse would get it there using the ISP inet-addr.arpa records right??
But do I point the SOA to the Cisco or to the machine IP??

Is there a routing table in the 675??


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