When R2621 Serves as LNS, Dial-up User Cannot Access the Internal Network Server
Publication Date: 2012-07-27Views: 66Downloads: 0
Topology: Dial-up user-- LAC-- LNS (R2611)-- internal network server. The internal network server is attached to the Ethernet port of R2611. Symptom description: dial-up user cannot access the internal network server.
Configure the Ethernet port of the router with Arp-proxy, and dial-up user could access internal network server normally.
The IP address allocated to dial-up user and that of the internal network server are not in the same network segment,
and the Ethernet port of router is not configured with Arp-proxy, resulting in failure of users to access the server.