Second look it appears the destination is All-HSRP-router_fd (00:00:0c:07:ac:fd). Which is a HSRP interface on my 3750 switch with the ip of *.*.253.1. It appears to not be routing on to the 1.0 subnet (vlan 255). When I do a sh ip route I see subnet 1.0 directly connected via vlan 255. So there should be no problems here?
Third Look: I just did a tracert to 1.89. Wireshark just loaded up on a bunch of Time- to exceeded to live exceeded (Time to live exceeded in transit). I also notice when I ping the address 1.89 I get a TTL of 63 when it is only 2 or 3 devices away. Looks like routing or switching issue.
Fourth Look: I just narrowed down the Time exceeded to live to the .253.1 interface, which is an HSRP interface.
What can I do to tie it down to a device to this problem?
Thanks all for you assistance. This appeared to be a self inflicted Routing Issue. On my switch04 I had give int vlan 255 a IP address of *.*.1.26 which made everything on that VLAN route VLAN 255 no the static route that existed. This appeared to be causing a routering loop.
I finally figured out my staring at my sh ip route output for like an hour. I then shut the int vlan 255 interface and saw it changed my sh ip route interface and fixed the problem.
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