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    Hello All

    We currently have a Cisco router with one ethernet interface free. The other interface is currently configured as the default gateway. This router is also used as my internet router.

    I am currently on a class C 192.168.1.x range and want to attempt routing between this subnet and a class B 172.16.0.x subnet on the same physical network.

    I have currently assigned a 172.16.0.X IP address to the free ethernet interface. I have tested using a desktop and routing between the two subnets is happening except for web traffic.

    For some reason when I open IE I cannot browse at all and nslookup and tracert show me no outgoing traffic once it hits the ethernet interface.

    Can someone please help me on this.

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    Re: routing on the same physical subnet

    Raj,

    I'm not a Cisoco guru by any means but i think you may need to enter a route from your 172 network to your 192 network.

    Now i'm sure that someone who is a guru will be along to help.

    This MAY help in the meantime

    http://www.tech-recipes.com/cisco_router_tips76.html

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    • #3
      Re: routing on the same physical subnet

      Thanks for the help

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      • #4
        Re: routing on the same physical subnet

        HI Raj Dodderi,

        Thanks for your post.

        If you are still having trouble with this, please post a copy of your routing table (the output from show ip routes). I'll see what I can do to assist.

        Thanks
        David
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        • #5
          Re: routing on the same physical subnet

          Raj,
          Plz check is there access-list configure on your router. Access-list may b stoping your web communication. One more thing which routing protocol u r using? if u using rip or igrp check your ip addresses and sub net mask

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