On our Cisco 2960-POE switch - connected hosts can see the switch VLAN IP, can get to and from both the corporate network (VPN) and Internet (split-tunnel) - but cannot see each other. We can ping one attached PC and an attached printer from the switch - but the PC can ping the printer.
I guess that's possible - but I haven't seen any ports restricted or shutdown based on any policy violations. They simply will not talk to each other across the switchports.
Am I better off setting the switch back to factory and reconfigure? We are in a VoIP environment on that network - so I've been assigning roles IP Phone + Desktop for those ports where that's applicable. Could that be the problem?
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