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Home Lab: Cannot Ping PC from Router

Hello, I am new here to the boards. I recently pieced together a home lab.

I am unable to ping my PC from my 2500 router. I have it connected through a console cable. I can send commands to the router and configure it. I have Ethernet 0 setup on the same subnet as the PC. No shutdown and no keepalive.

PC side is WinXP with "no firewall" and alow ICMP requests.

I am still unable to ping my PC which is driving me crazy!

I am sorry for being sch a noob. I have tried searching and nothing has helped yet.

Please assist, thank you =)

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New Member

Re: Home Lab: Cannot Ping PC from Router

I am trying to connect to PC 10.248.19.106 255.255.255.0

Tried Auto and 10mb

Here is my show config:

interface Ethernet0: Interface Serial0

ip address 10.248.19.1 255.255.255.0wn

interface Ethernet1

ip address 10.248.0.1 255.255.255.0

no keepalive

!

interface Serial0

no ip address

shutdown

!

interface Serial1

no ip address

shutdown

!

no ip classless

snmp-server community y RO

!

<-- show ip int -->

Ethernet0 is up, line protocol is up

Internet address is 10.248.19.1/24

Broadcast address is 255.255.255.255

Address determined by setup command

MTU is 1500 bytes

Helper address is not set

Directed broadcast forwarding is enabled

Outgoing access list is not set

Inbound access list is not set

Proxy ARP is enabled

Security level is default

Split horizon is enabled

ICMP redirects are always sent

ICMP unreachables are always sent

ICMP mask replies are never sent

IP fast switching is enabled

IP fast switching on the same interface is disabled

IP multicast fast switching is enabled

Router Discovery is disabled

IP output packet accounting is disabled

IP access violation accounting is disabled

TCP/IP header compression is disabled

Probe proxy name replies are disabled

Re: Home Lab: Cannot Ping PC from Router

What happens when you try to ping router from your PC?? Does that go through??

Can you please paste the output of "Show running int Ethernet0" and "Show int Ethernet 0" from your router and "ipconfig/all" from your PC?

Regards,

AbhisheK

Re: Home Lab: Cannot Ping PC from Router

Cindy,

Just to check, maybe you have ip routing globally disabled. If so, add ip routing to the config.

Just after you ping, try a show arp. Can you see the MAC address of your PC in the table?

Kevin Dorrell

Luxembourg

Silver

Re: Home Lab: Cannot Ping PC from Router

Did you set GW for your PC - it should be work without it, but nobody knows MS XP :). Just one probe.

Anyway I hope your interface is in "up up" state. Did you checked?

Bye

FCS

Please rate me if I helped.

Re: Home Lab: Cannot Ping PC from Router

Hi

(1)make "no ip classless" to "ip classless"

make "no keepalive" to "keepalve 10"

(2)Then give the output of "sh int e0"

(3)On tranreciever make sure that the button "sqe" is off.(if its there)

(4)Is the crossover cable working ok.

Regards

JD

New Member

Re: Home Lab: Cannot Ping PC from Router

why no keepalive & r u usint crossover cable to connect router & PC.

New Member

Re: Home Lab: Cannot Ping PC from Router

your pc is connected to the console port. You have an en port on your pc (pcmcia card or internal port) that is configured with an IP address and snm in range of ethernet port subnet on router? The en port on 2500 router is configured, and plugged into a hub or sw by a tranciever and cable? Your pc is plugged into the same hub/sw with another straight thru en cable. Please confirm. Otherwise, from the console port you do not have the ability to ping your pc ethernet interface if the pc en interface is not on a lan.

New Member

Re: Home Lab: Cannot Ping PC from Router

hi Cindy, pls check the following

1) Is PC is connected to router through ethernet cable.

2)Icon on ur PC is showing connected.

3) LED of both ethernet cards are blinking.

4)check sh arp on router, if the mac of ur PC is is showing on ur router then check netbios settings.

New Member

Re: Home Lab: Cannot Ping PC from Router

hi Cindy, pls check the following

1) Is PC is connected to router through ethernet cable.

2)Icon on ur PC is showing connected.

3) LED of both ethernet cards are blinking.

4)check sh arp on router, if the mac of ur PC is is showing on ur router then check netbios settings.

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