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  • Cisco 1841 - Where is the mistake

    Hallo

    Please have a look at the configuration file. I try to ping workstation B from Workstation A and everytime I received a request timed out. I attached a schematic drawing to see what I'm talking about.

    Thanks in advance
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    Re: Cisco 1841 - Where is the mistake

    if you remove those two nat statements, if all interfaces are up and pingable, it might work
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    • #3
      Re: Cisco 1841 - Where is the mistake ?

      Hallo David

      I tried also to configure these 2 routers from the beginning. Routers C1842 are connected through FE 0/1 with a cross over cable.

      PC: IP - 10.47.3.9

      STRO.rou01: FE0/0 - 10.47.3.1
      FE0/1 - 10.99.99.1

      ROME.rou01: FE0/0 - 10.48.3.2
      FE0/1 - 10.99.99.2

      I'm connected to stro.rou01 via one switch with FE 0/0 and I'm able to ping it.

      Any Ideea ? Thank you in advance
      (see the attached file for routers ronfiguration)
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      • #4
        Re: Cisco 1841 - Where is the mistake

        Ahh, I think I see the trouble

        On thr STR router, this critical line isn't correct:

        ip route 10.48.3.0 255.255.255.0 10.99.99.2

        This should be 10.47.3.0

        shoudln't it?
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        • #5
          Re: Cisco 1841 - Where is the mistake

          Hallo

          I have the response. Configuration for both routers was OK. The problem was the default gateway from the second workstation. That was all.

          "On thr STR router, this critical line isn't correct:

          ip route 10.48.3.0 255.255.255.0 10.99.99.2
          "

          That is correct because: for every request that I have for 10.48. 3.x packets should follow 10.99.99.2 route (wan)

          Thank you again for your time.

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