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I am working with 5 2811 Cisco routers with fairly up-to-date software (not sure exactly what version). They are all connected to each other in a ring via serial cables. I am using RIP and a B-class network scheme; I am programming S0/0/0, S0/1/0 and FA0/0. When I program them, I can ping all serial ports when logged into any router. However, I can ping FA port (Ethernet) on the router I'm logged into but I can't ping any other FA port on any other router; or any host connected to ethernet portof the logged in router. I attached a .txt file with my programming. I REALLY need these routers to talk to the ethernet ports! It has been driving me nuts for weeks; my teachers can't help me but I can out-source (oddly enough)
Thanks in advance,
Ian S. Kocher
Edit: I forgot to add this
FA0/0 Changes with the router names
Central - 220.127.116.11
North - 18.104.22.168
South - 22.214.171.124
East - 126.96.36.199
West - 188.8.131.52
I'm doing it this way to indicate where the host is based on the IP Address.