unable to ping router interfaces which is directly conn to firewall dmz's
Kindly find the attached file.In this unable ping router2 to router1 F0/0 interfaces and vise versa,eventhough it is directly connected to firewall dmz's.I have checked the router routes seems to be fine.Please provide me the solution as soon.Thanks in advance
Re: unable to ping router interfaces which is directly conn to f
Thanks a lot for ur response.Already i have applied static also but still unable to.In my pix 535 with 6 interfaces.i wanted to extablish connectivity b/w two dmz's.have u seen the digram arul.firwall dmz'z are connectd to the routers f0.need to access one host from router2 to router 1
static ip's should be higher interface....? Is it?
the problem is router2 is connected to one more router3.So my concern is i need to access from router3 to router1 in my above diagm.for that i have been trying to ping first both(r2, r1) the router interfaces atleast.
i will try for all ur valuable options and kindly find the attached network diagm file and provide me firewall config and router routes.....plz
If your default gateway on router2 and router3 is not dmz22 interface ip address then we need to give routes on routers..
ip route 172.30.8.0 255.255.255.248 172.30.8.17
We are indicating if somebody dehind router3 want to reach 172.30.8.18 then traffic should be sent to 172.30.8.17 which is firewall dmz22 ..once the traffic reaches firewall static will come into picture
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