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ISP Details and my Router?


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XeonFlare

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Good Morning everyone,

So, my ISP has provided me with the following details, the numbers aren't the real ones, for my connection:

DNS1 215.152.223.252
DNS2 215.151.222.254

For the 1st circuit: 10Mbps
Port 10
VLAN 249

MASK: 255.255.255.248 (/29)

216.114.118.112 Subnet address
216.113.115.113 GATEWAY
216.113.115.114 ATMA - Connect_1
216.113.115.115 ATMA - Connect_1
216.113.115.116 ATMA - Connect_1
216.113.115.117 ATMA - Connect_1
216.113.115.118 ATMA - Connect_1
216.113.115.119 Broadcast address

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For the 2nd circuit: 5Mbps
Port 10
VLAN 2050

MASK: 255.255.255.248 (/29)

216.114.118.120 Subnet address
216.113.115.121 GATEWAY
216.113.115.122 ATMA - Connect_2
216.113.115.123 ATMA - Connect_2
216.113.115.124 ATMA - Connect_2
216.113.115.125 ATMA - Connect_3
216.113.115.126 ATMA - Connect_3
216.113.115.127 Broadcast address

But I own a Cisco RV320 and it asks for the following details on a WAN connection, I'm assuming it needs a static setup:


WAN Connection Settings

Interface: WAN1
WAN Connection Type:
Specify WAN IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway Address:
DNS Server 1:
DNS Server 2:

How do I translate the provided ISP details into the given router? Any help would be most appreciated, I'm feeling pretty lost.

Thanks,

AH
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98springer

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Is this at home or at a datacenter? I ask because of the "vlan" values.
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Don't know if you have this but you'll need it.

http://www.cisco.com...rv32x_ag_en.pdf
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Hi, thanks so much for your reply. It is in a small office environment, the connection, which contains two circuits, is coming over a single wire. The ISP suggested that we transfer those connections over a single cable and they would VLAN tag the connections to be split. So far, it has been suggested that we utilize load balancing and protocol binding; though the specifics of that idea weren't really etched out. The ISP suggested, as a kind of last resort, to untag the connections, using a switch, and then output said connections in an untagged format.

I do have the guide, I have been reading through it, but I am still quite confused by the concept of protocol binding and how that would relate to the WAN/VLAN issue. When talking to the ISP, all internal settings for the WAN connection are proper, it is the VLAN tagging that is getting in the way; sub-interfacing doesn't appear to be an option on this router.

Thanks,

AH
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Well, I'm clueless. Might as well 'fess up. I had to google "protocol binding". I'll keep looking though.
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