Possible routing issue

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Jul 19th, 2010


I am expereincieng some issues on the network and would like get a feedback please.

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We have our Default gateways pointed to on the servers that are on the 10.114.10.x network. They are sometimes going to hop) and then hop), if we do a trace again it may or may not have the as the first hop.  Also on a couple of servers on the 10.100.1.x network there default gateway is and there second hop is sometimes when it should be = VLAN 1114 on Cisco3750 ( running EIGRP)  = VLAN 100 on same Cisco3750 & (Service Provider Cisco2800)

thanks in advance

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Reza Sharifi Mon, 07/19/2010 - 08:52

Hi Mohammed,

Can you check to make sure all the subnet masks are configured correctly on the servers, switches and routers?

Also, if the servers have multiple NICs, can you check to make sure they have only one subnet installed not multiple?




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