(Fwd) question about cisco routers + private addresses

Javier Contreras Albesa ( (no email) )
Wed, 26 Aug 1998 17:39:57 -0400

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To: nt-isp@emerald-software.com
Subject: question about cisco routers + private addresses
Reply-to: jcontre@iamnet.com
Date: Wed, 26 Aug 1998 17:13:13 -0400

I got the following config. 2 routers, connected through
frame relay, using eigrp, one of them is connected to the
internet (router A). The frame relay has private IP addresses
assigned to each side ( network)
If router B does a ping outside , it can't receive an answer
because it sends the packet with a source route of 192...
instead of the IP of the ethernet (208.135...) which is valid.

Is there a form to force with IP addres to use as source
address? (without using ip unnumbered)
The wan does not have any connectivity problems (I can
ping each side without problems)
Any help is very appretiated

Best regards...

Javier Contreras Albesa
Gerente Tecnico/Technical Manager
Interamerican Net de Venezuela