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Hello everybody and excuse me in advance for my english as im french speaking.
I was asked by my boss to configure a cisco router which is a problem for me as I am new with cisco. But so far so good. I've managed to configure all the ports, the Vlans and even sharing the internet with all the vlans. That is all thanks to the Internet.
But now, I face a problem that made me stuck. I searched everywhere for solutions, nothing.
So here is my problem:
I am trying to configure the router so that it listens to several different ports defined by me and route any informations coming from the specific port to an IP address following a specific guideline predefined by me. Here is an example,
port 9998 routes to 192.168.0.1
port 5346 routes to 192.168.0.3
port 9787 routes to 192.168.10.5
etc.....
So basically, that is my problem. How do we do that. The only thing that i've found from the Internet is default port routing, like tcp, telnet etc.
I thank you all in advance for even reading this.
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-08-2009, 03:33 AM
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I am afraid you have the wrong router in mind, we are a woodworking forum. Trust you can find what you will need else ware.

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Go to a command prompt and type configip, this will list the ip addys includeing your cisco router. Type your cisco ip addy into your browser and it will bring up your router data and let you make changes. I also suggest you go to your router web site and search for info for your model.

BTW, as stated, this is a woodworking router forum so if you ever get a router that makes a lot of noise and spits out sawdust, come back and enjoy.
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Hello everybody and excuse me in advance for my english as im french speaking.
I was asked by my boss to configure a cisco router which is a problem for me as I am new with cisco. But so far so good. I've managed to configure all the ports, the Vlans and even sharing the internet with all the vlans. That is all thanks to the Internet.
But now, I face a problem that made me stuck. I searched everywhere for solutions, nothing.
So here is my problem:
I am trying to configure the router so that it listens to several different ports defined by me and route any informations coming from the specific port to an IP address following a specific guideline predefined by me. Here is an example,
port 9998 routes to 192.168.0.1
port 5346 routes to 192.168.0.3
port 9787 routes to 192.168.10.5
etc.....
So basically, that is my problem. How do we do that. The only thing that i've found from the Internet is default port routing, like tcp, telnet etc.
I thank you all in advance for even reading this.



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