My first post here...
I have a T1 gateway, Cisco 1941, with 2 ethernet ports. One is connected to my ASA 5505 which serves the 'inside' network. The inside network communicates to the internet via this connection.
I have connected the second ethernet port from the Cisco 1941 to the gigabit 1 port of my 1224ST. I am trying to get devices (ip phones) connected to the 1224st, via a dhcp pool:
ip dhcp-server pool "voip"
network 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0
Where the default-router is the gateway and the dns-server is provided to me by the ISP.
I have managed to have a phone get a dhcp address (212), but for some reason my windows laptop cannot, thus I assigned a static ip (11):
ADDRESS TTL(min) MAC ADDRESS INTERFACE TYPE
192.168.1.11 19 <snip> vlan 1 Dynamic
192.168.1.212 16 <snip> vlan 1 Dynamic
I would like to find a way to make the DHCP acquired ip addresses connect to the internet - can someone help me understand how to do this?
Hi - thanks. I was heading down that path just recently, and learned the same thing. I am planning to plug the 1224st into an asa5505, setup an external interface to the ISP and then an intneral interface for the adtran.
I think that'll work.