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  • Network problem

    hey guys I am new here and I thought this is the right place to put my question so here I go..

    I am having some kind of a problem with my network, I hope you can help me out.



    well the problem is that from router 2 I can ping S1 as well the laptop behind it!!

    when I try to ping from Router0 to router 2= it works!


    BUT..

    R0 to S1= Not working
    R0 to laptop behind S1= not working

    and the same from the other side

    R2 to S0=not working
    S1 to R0= not working


    I tried almost everything, but I dont get it anymore..

    Note: I've got Rip version 2 as protocol
    and I you would like to check the cisco packet tracer version, please let me know.

  • #2
    Re: Network problem

    Make sure you are advertising those problem subnets via RIP. I dont see any ip scheme on the Wan links or links connection to your switches so I cant say for sure what is being advertised.
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    • #3
      Re: Network problem

      Can you do a sh ip route and post the output.

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      • #4
        Re: Network problem

        The 2950 switches are also layer 2 only so you would need a trunk going to router and then sub-interfaces on the router for inter-vlan routing (IE Router on a Stick)
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