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Routing to a different segment

By kent2612 ·
How can I make (PC 172.22.226.22/27) able to ping to (172.22.226.198/26 Switch) and (PC 172.22.226.197/26)

currently (PC 172.22.226.22/27) can only ping to 172.22.226.201 but not to 172.22.226.198

Network looks something like this:

(PC 172.22.226.22/27) ---- (172.22.226.5/27 Switch) ----- (172.22.226.1/27 Router 172.22.226.201/26) ----- (172.22.226.198/26 Switch) ----- (PC 172.22.226.197/26)

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This sounds like homework

by NetMan1958 In reply to Routing to a different se ...

but I am bored this morning so.....read up on 'arp proxy".

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Routing to a different segment

by kent2612 In reply to This sounds like homework

Any other means instead of ARP proxy? I would like to work more on configuring routing.

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Routing table

by NetMan1958 In reply to Routing to a different se ...

on the router, run "show ip route" and post the output.

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After reading your OP more closely

by NetMan1958 In reply to Routing to a different se ...

I realize that you said (PC 172.22.226.22/27 ) can ping (Router 172.22.226.201/26) which indicates proper routing. So the problem seems to be that (PC 172.22.226.22/27) can't ping (Switch 172.22.226.198/26) or (PC 172.22.226.197/26).

Does (Switch 172.22.226.198/26) have "ip default-gateway 172.22.226.201" configured? Also, does (PC 172.22.226.197/26) have it's default gateway set to 172.22.226.201?

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