how to connect home lab to internet?

x5150x5150 Posts: 42Member ■■□□□□□□□□
hello,

I have small cisco lab consisting of two cisco 2901 routers and one 2900 switch.

I would now like to connect this lab to the internet and try to setup remote vlan access and have internet access on the switch.

Currently my internet connection is
ISP (comcast cable) -> Motorola Cable modem -> D-Link 802.11g wireless router.

Is it possible to connect my cisco lab to the wireless router so that I still can get wireless service in my house? What kind of connections do i use and what are the configurations? Thanks.

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  • mikej412mikej412 Posts: 10,090Member
    x5150 wrote:
    ISP (comcast cable) -> Motorola Cable modem -> D-Link 802.11g wireless router.

    Did you mean 2501 Routers?

    Did you mean remote VPN access, rather than VLAN access?

    Does the D-Link 802.11g wireless router have switch ports on the back? Or are you totally wireless (then you'd need a wireless bridge to plug into your 2900 switch)?
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  • x5150x5150 Posts: 42Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    woops yup. 2501 routers, 2900xL switch. and yes the wireless router has 4 ports on it. thx.
    Did you mean remote VPN access, rather than VLAN access?
    well yah isnt a vpn, remote access to a vlan? the remote computer becomes part of the local vlan.
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