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Able to see switches in cdp neighbor , but not able to telnet or ping from desktop

Hi Guys,

I'm able to take access to Core switch 1 , but not able to telnet to Core switch 2 which is in HSRP.

Also is can ping and telnet Access switches from Core 1 , but not able to ping or telnet from my PC.

Attached is the configuration file of Core 1 and Core switch.

Guys need your help at earliest.

Thanks.

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VIP Purple

Ok so you have no telnet or

Ok so you have no telnet or ping access from the local pc , start with that , when you trace to the ip address your trying to reach where does it stop ?

Also non of your vlans are up yet at layer 3 so these switches are not doing any intervlan routing or general routing , whats doing the layer 3 routing the 10.212.250.1 , whats this ?

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Hi Mark,

Hi Mark,

The devices are directly connected to these core switches.

Also all the Vlans are UP , but still it was not working until one command was entered -

'ip routing'

And everything started working.

Thanks for your help.

VIP Purple

Oh ok the output you gave all

Oh ok the output you gave all your vlas were up/down at layer 3 meaning there still down but exist at layer 2 in the data base , ip routing allows intervlan routing so its required to move traffic between vlans

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