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Followup to my bjenkinsnc post that I can't get back to???
I have new install of 3801 RG.
I have RV110W Cisco router that provides per port mappings (like Vlan).
Port 1 to 168.2.1
Port2 to 168.3.1
Put put wan of cisco to lan of RG and can access internet thru each port of Cisco.
Does this provide a reasonable level of security when different systems are connected using the individual ports?
To get my test started, I simply plugged the wan i/f of the Cisco into the LAN port of the RG. I did not go through the complete procedure as your post instructs for bridge mode. Yet, it all seems to work. The ip of the Cisco is an RG assigned ip.
Should I go back and follow the bridging instructions explicitly, including firewall changes?
I am greatful to be able to bounce this off someone like SomeJoe and all the other experts here.
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