My first post on here I believe.
I have an issue here. I have a Cisco network on a ship where I work, I have an Ericsson GSM Access point which picks up local GSM 3G signal and broadcasts it onboard. I have two of these units and they are connected to a D-Link Load balancing router which is in turn connected to a Cisco 3560 Series 8 poe switch.
Each unit is on a different subnet. The Cisco is on the DHCP server from my AD server (Windows 2003 Server) The Load balancing router has no DHCP and the Ericsson units have their own DHCP servers.
On the Cisco switch if I plug in with a laptop I get an IP address for the DHCP on my server. I cannot ping the load balancing router from it. If I connect to the Load balancing router and set a static address for that subnet I can access the internet via the Ericsson units. And if I connect to the Ericsson I can access the Internet.
The Cisco is on a 172.x.x.x subnet and the D-link/Ericsson are on a 192.x.x.x subnet, so I'm assuming there needs to be information in the Cisco i.e. static routing table. This is where I have hit a wall. My Cisco experience is limited and I've been trying to look at the routing table in the switch but I get this reponse
Using show ip route I get this:
Default gateway is 172.16.16.1
Host Gateway Last Use Total Uses Interface
ICMP redirect cache is empty
It looks to me that there is no routing table at all. I've tried using a few commands to add the address of the load balancing router but there is no change. I'm sure which command to use in fact. I might be looking in the wrwong place?
Anyone any ideas? If you need me to show any info from the switch please give me the command to use to speed this up. Thanks