Question about Cisco 2524 Router
All routers can route.
The commands are more than just a few for a proper link, but the simplest answer to the limited information you supply would be:
ip route <destination network> <destination subnet> <ip address of the remote router>
Do that on both ends, and you should be able to ping from LAN to LAN. I think that's what you want?
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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