I am having trouble passing traffic and access devices through a switch trunk connected to a 7206 rtr.
I have also attached a simple topology drawing outlining the network.
I have the management VLAN as vlan 1. I can pass traffic through the switch, but I can not access any devices past the switch (weird).
7206 rtr int f0/0 has 4 IP addresses. From anywhere on our network, I can not access (ping) the ip's assigned to this interface, but I CAN access other IP's that belong to each of the 4 subnets, just not the ones assigned to the interface itself.
On 7206 int f6/0, I have one IP address (interface connects to a wireless backhaul to another 7206 at a seperate location). I can not access this IP address from our core 7507 rtr, but traffic does pass over this int, and out the primary rtr interface f3/0 back through our fiber circuit. We run OSPF across all these attached rtr's, and all the routing tables show the correct paths to each network, they are just not reachable from a management stand point.
I added the 2950 switch connected to the 7206 because we added another backhaul for redundancy to our fiber circuit. This created the problem because before I had the primary connection to the 7206 directly connected and had no issues. I am sure this is a switch / vlan config issue, but I am stumped.
Any ideas or suggestions would be much appreciated.