We have a Cisco Catalyst 3550 switch with the following:
1. IP assigned & telnet working
2. internet access with dedicated ip (ethernet)
3. Local Networked pc's with manual configured 192.168.1.x range
We need to configure the following:
1. proper routing for 192.168.1x range (belive its done using NAT) so the private ip range is able to reach the internet gateway as well as communicate in between (act as 1 network).
2. As we add more pc's to the network with manually configured private ip addresses, they should automatically be able to reach the internet
3. some hosts connected to the switch will have a dedicatepublic ip's assigned
We want to create the following situation with our OpenVPN server in our datacenter: - We want to connect our customer's 800-series Cisco modems (CPE) to this VPN server. - The OpenVPN server should return a configurable subnet to the Cisco CPE which the Cisco should use as a local DHCP pool...