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    hello
    my cisco 1841 conneced to two cross connect cable
    1. fe0/0 connect to 10.128.88.193
    2. fe0/1 my server 10.128.88.196
    3. another cross connect connected to hwic fe0/1/3(172.18.21.9 but not connected to my server
    i am trying to ping from my server 10.128.88.196 to 172.16.89.201 it is the server after the cross connect router

    what should i to do ?


    golan

  • #2
    Re: add route

    You can't connect a host device directly to a router, it has to connect to a switch first.

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    • #3
      Re: add route

      Originally posted by phoeneous View Post
      You can't connect a host device directly to a router, it has to connect to a switch first.
      That's not correct. You can connect a host directly to an ethernet interface on a router. Why do you think that you can't?

      Also, a host could be a switch, hub, computer, router, etc. Any device that has a network interface of some type connected to the physical media that makes up your network is a host.

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      • #4
        Re: add route

        Originally posted by joeqwerty View Post
        That's not correct. You can connect a host directly to an ethernet interface on a router. Why do you think that you can't?

        Also, a host could be a switch, hub, computer, router, etc. Any device that has a network interface of some type connected to the physical media that makes up your network is a host.
        I stand corrected. I just labbed it up and I guess you can connect a server directly to the fa port of a router. Good to know, thank you!
        Last edited by phoeneous; 13th November 2009, 20:53.

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        • #5
          Re: add route

          Glad to help.

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