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Intermittent disconnection

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What would I be missing here to eliminate the 'request timed out' and high latency value.

TIA.

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Intermittent disconnection

hi feisty,

what is the result if you ping the local GW from the laptop.(guess its across the w-lan link, right?)

and what is the result if you ping the local GW from the DNS-server?

cause if you are able to ping the local GW´s without any problem then L2 connectivity seems to work fine, then L3 might be a problem.

or is there a difference if you ping from laptop to dns-server, or from dns-server to laptop?

regards,

florian

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Intermittent disconnection

Say we got a L3 problem, how can this be resolved?

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Intermittent disconnection

hi feisty,

first i would try figure out where the problem really occurs.

what are the ping results if you ping from the dns-server to the core switch?

or what are the ping results if you ping from the dns-server the first network device?

try to isolate the problem as far as you can.

IF a L3 problem would be present, then you would need to check why it takes so long to route between the different subnets.

what kind of device is responsible for the routing?

can you tell me a bit more about your network setup?

florian

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Intermittent disconnection

Can you post the traceroute?

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