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Cannot reach switch

Hello friends

In the diagram below, I am in the process of deploying the switch with the IP of 192.168.100.14.

As you can see, the difference between this switch and the others is that it daisy chains off of 192.168.100.15 and is not part of the hub\spoke setup off 192.168.100.13

192.168.100.0 / 24 network is the management VLAN
10.11.144.0 / 24 is the DATA vlan
10.11.143.0 / 24 is the VOIP vlan

Problem

From this setup, if I am sitting at the laptop computer I am able to ping every device in this setup except the new switch of 192.169.100.14. However, if I am “telnetted” into any switch / device in the management network I am able to ping the new switch (192.168.100.14)

even weirder yet, If I connect directly into the new switch, the laptop functions the exact same way, meaning, I am able to ping any other device EXCEPT for the new switch that I am directly plugged into.

I am sure it is a routing issue and I have tried static routes, default routes, but I cannot figure out why I cannot access this new switch...

Going back to the picture

From the laptop computer, if I perform a tracert to 192.168.100.15 the path is as follows

Hop 1 – default client gateway of 10.11.144.254

Hop 2 – 10.11.143.230

Hop 3 – path completed 192.168.100.15

 

If I perform a tracert to the new switch connected off of the switch I just reached the path is as follows

Hop 1 – default client gateway of 10.11.144.254

Hop 2 – 10.11.143.230

Then the path dies

The line between 192.168.100.15 and 192.168.100.14 are both configured as simple trunk

     switchport trunk encapsulation dot1
     switchport mode trunk

Any thought / ideas / solutions on why I am unable to reach 192.168.100.14
 

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What kind of switch is it?

What kind of switch is it? Make sure the default gateway is set properly on the switch.

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What kind of switch is it?

What kind of switch is it? Make sure the default gateway is set properly on the switch.

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Thanks Michael,I fat fingered

Thanks Michael,

I fat fingered the default gateway...

duh!

 

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