Folks, I need your help.
I am trying to setup a router to the ISP with DHCP and it just isn't working. The goal is to eventually have a fog server on the inside managing IP's for 24 systems, but I can't even get the Ubuntu machine to ping the outside. Please take a look at my setup and see what I am missing. It shouldn't be that hard, but I am not seeing the error and could use some fresh eyes.
EDIT: The image was made in Cisco Packet tracer to help illustrate what I am trying to accomplish.
As your image showing to us, both interfaces are "down" state, how dhco is providing address for this interface?
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Try this change:
ip nat inside source list 50 interface f0/0 overload
The interface to be overloaded must be that of exit to the ISP.
Just to discard, have you disabled the firewall before trying the ping?
Sometimes the firewalls block the ping
After the change the settings look ok.
I suggest you check if there are any rules that prevent connectivity.
Yes, I verified the firewall was disabled. I've attached a screenshot. Clockwise from the upper right:
- PC connects with IP, but no internet connectivity
- Firewall is down
- Interface Card settings on PC
- sh run on the router
Thank you all for the suggestions, please keep them coming. I am spent, and will re-attack in the a.m.
actually, if this is a Packet Tracer project, post the project (.pkt) file, zip it first otherwise the system won't let you upload it...