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I am facing a problem. I have installed a uc560 in customer site. they have two separate networks. one uc560,s 192.168.10.x and another their private network 192.168.1.x. I have connected uc560,s wan port to their private network as their network provide inetrnet connection. When i pluged phones and pc through phone,s port. their pc can go on the internet but can not get resources from their private network like email from exchange or inetranet. any idea how this can be done. that their pc connected through my uc560 can get local resources from their private network.
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Cisco RV340 Series Secure Router
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This document is attempt to recreate content of original document created by famous @Patrick Born. Cisco has considered to destroy such valuable document for an unknown reason.In order to capture debug and syslog messages from your SPA1x2 and SPA232D phon...