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roberthalton

join:2003-01-10
San Francisco, CA

plugging linksys into my 678 how to?

Hal666 is going to help me here I know it.

So what do I need to do to plug the linksys into the Cisco, so that I can run my pc and laptop thru the linksys.

I tried it last night, but it did not work. It looks like my 678 is set to dhcp, and thus the linksys freaked out.

192.168.0.1 was the ip the linksys was broadcasting to my pc...



der1269
Premium
join:2003-01-08
Livonia, MI

did you plug the cisco into the wan port on the linksys or the uplink port?
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xv920

join:2002-08-27
Campbell, CA
reply to roberthalton

Why don't you connect your PC and laptop to Cisco directly?
Any specific reason why you can't or wouldn't like to do that?

Wireless maybe?

Anyways, to put any kind of router behind the cyberonic
router, you better call Cyberonic to change the operation
mode to the non-DHCP mode, aka "bridged mode", first of all.
Then they give you some IP addresses when you call them.
Write them down and put them into your Linky.


HAL6664

join:2003-01-15
Beverly Hills, CA
reply to roberthalton

Can't help you with that because I'm running a Cisco 806 behind my 678. I've heard that many people have trouble with the Linksys because they can't seem to get it configured right. There are threads on this but I don't remember where. The Linksys WILL run behind the 678 if you can properly configure it.



Kevin Reed

@uu.net
reply to roberthalton

You need to get cyberonic to set your cisco to bridge mode.
Then set your WAN connection on the Linksys to your fixed IP address, Gateway and DNS servers etc.
Set your LAN IP's or use DHCP on the Linksys.
Make sure cyberonic turn off nat and dhcp on the cisco.



td100776
Premium
join:2002-12-19
Manalapan NJ
reply to roberthalton

If your 678 is set to dhcp you need to call Cyberonic and have them set it to static ip/bridge mode then everything should be ok.


roberthalton

join:2003-01-10
San Francisco, CA

Anyone have instructions on how to set it to static?

I have all the required passwords etc..



MPScan
Premium
join:2001-08-24
Boston, MA
reply to roberthalton

You have the passwords?

I'll trade you the step-by-step instructions for the password!


stuntcow
Mooo

join:2001-08-09
Bay Area

reply to roberthalton

BritSys support posted this - »Cisco 678 config - Change NAT to routed.

Instead of starting from scratch, this might be ok though:

set dhcp server disabled
set nat disabled
set interface eth0 ip (gateway) mask 255.255.255.252
write
reboot
[text was edited by author 2003-02-05 12:12:09]