Strange behaviour with FWSM - although I doon't think it is a FWSM issue
From the attached config I cannot explain why a system with IP address 10.7.1.35/28 for example would loose packets to a system with IP address 10.7.1.36/28 which are in the same subnet. This is just an example. More systems on 10.7.1.32/28 subnet loose packets to other systems in the same subnet.
No packet loss occurs when any system in 10.7.1.32/28 subet talks to systems in other subnets.
My customer is saying that the problem is due to FWSM. He is almost sure that if he removes this VLAN 70 from the FWSM, then the fault will go away.
I said what has the FWSM got to do with this because we are talking of packet loss between systems on the same subnet 10.7.1.32/28
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