pinging problem

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Mar 7th, 2010

I could not ping  to 140.1.2.0--200 from our lan pc(192.168.1.x),

.But ,when I add routes to CS-2 router(Cs1 =cs2) as
ip route 140.1.2.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.46 and  for the ASA as route INTRANET 140.1.2.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.255.14 1,

I could some IP addresses like 140.1.2.100--101,107,etc but not all & 140.1.2.132 was pinging earlier before the changesand not pinging now.how do i enabling pinging for all & 140.1.2.132??anybody can help me pls??

thx

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Tharak Abraham Sun, 03/07/2010 - 20:42

Hi,

1.Are you able to ping all the ip's from you cs1/cs2 ?

2.You specified you had to add routes explicitly in there, so does that mean that it used to work earlier without that by via some IGP ?

3. Is that a floating static route specified for the ASA to reach Holding n/w ?

4.You need to enable extensive debugging like deb ip packet detail for icmp and follow the packet from the cs1/cs2 to start with.

5.If you find it cumbersome adding static routes every now and then, switch to an IGP like Rip v2 or Ospf for better manageability.

WEERAKOO69BA Mon, 03/08/2010 - 22:22

Hi Tarak,

Thanks a lot for the reply & hope I sort out the problem.It seems it's their problem.except 140.1.2.132,others can reach.Even for 132,its reaching up to their core router.

Thanks

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