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Help for Cisco 2600 Router Set Up For Home Lab

Help for Cisco 2600 Router Set Up For Home Lab

Help for Cisco 2600 Router Set Up For Home Lab

I need help for my Cisco 2600 Router  i am Setting Up For a Home lab/use i just bought a NM-1E1R Module
 i was told i needed it  to feed internet to the 2600 router from my ISP but when i go into the CLI I cant see or enable those ports on the module here is my set up
before i added the NM-1E1R Module i had 4 ports

Ethernet 0/0-
Ethernet 0/1-

The Module has added these ports

Token Ring 0

Ethernet 0

please help me how do i get my router to connect to my home router  

RE: Help for Cisco 2600 Router Set Up For Home Lab

I'm not sure why your ISP would have told you to that you needed that extra module.  I have a 2600 running at home with 1 ethernet internet connected to the cable modem, and the other connected to my internal LAN.

The interface I have facing my cable modem, is setup to get a DHCP address from the ISP, and then I have setup NAT to allow everything outbound.


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