Without knowing your exact configuration this is a little difficult to
answer but I'll give it a shot.
The router that can see the Internet has a default route to the ISP.
The one that can't see the Internet should have a default route to the
one that can. If both routers are hooked to the ISP and one can see and
the other can't then it may be that the ISP routes all your traffic back
to you through the first router.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jose Luis Delgado [SMTP:jdelgado @
> Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 1997 3:40 PM
> To: Firewalls @
> Subject: two questions!
> Hi to everybody!
> I need a bit of your help!
> I apologize if this is off topic!
> I have two routers, with one of them, I can 'see' the Internet!
> with the other I can't!
> just I can telnet to the first router!
> How can I configure my router to 'route' to the Internet??
> (of course, I have an ISP)
> I have a Sparc20 con 160MB running Raptor Firewall!
> and I have another Sparc470 not utilized!
> I would like to use the SIMMS of the Sparc470 in the Sparc20!!
> can I do that??
> the SIMMS are compatibles??
> Thanks in advance!
> P.S.: Since I'm not in your mailing list, can you response directly,