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How do I access another router via a Cisco Router

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How do I access another router via a Cisco Router

waltjones40
I'm a newbie to the world of Cisco and I have a problem:
I have a Cisco Router (1601R) and I need to access a Rideway Station Router through it. We have a T1 line that connects through the Cisco and the Rideway. I have full Internet connectivity, inside going out. I can even ping the rideway router's address from anywhere; but, I cannot log into it. I have an address pool of 8 internet visible addresses. I have used one on the Cisco and one on the Rideway. I can both ping the Cisco Router and connect to it. I've set up access control lists, but when I try to issue the commands:
int ser0/0 (it's already active)
access-group 101 out
access-group 102 in

I get this:
Cisco1600(config-if)#access-group 101 out
^
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.
What am I doing wrong?