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RIP Routing Problem

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Aug 14th, 2002
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I have put 2 routers back to back with s0 to s0 connectivity. ip route for rip get transfered but when i put e0 to e0 back to back rip routes r not transfered .


one more thing when i put routers back to back using serial cables i m able ping form router1 to router2 but when i connect pc having gateway ,ip of router e0 it does not ping to other router.


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ttuncaral Wed, 08/14/2002 - 04:55
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it is not clear which routing infos from which router are not transferred to the other. could you send config details?


possibly ethernet segment's IP address and routing entries are overlapped and routers have decided no routing is required.

/t


Frederic Vanderbecq Wed, 08/14/2002 - 04:56
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When you connect the E0 interfaces, are they properly coming UP ?

When the 2 routers are connected back to back via ethernet, can they ping each other ?

When a PC is connected to the ethernet interface of the router, can it ping its gateway ?

anil.s Thu, 08/15/2002 - 20:34
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When you connect the E0 interfaces, are they properly coming UP ? Yes

When the 2 routers are connected back to back via ethernet, can they ping each other ? Yes

When a PC is connected to the ethernet interface of the router, can it ping its gateway ?

Yes


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