I have a strange problem that I can't resolve. A virtual server has been assigned a particular ip address (10.10.10.14) and all the TCP/IP addressing is accurate. When pinging any ip address within the same VLAN10 (10.10.10.x), all hosts respond just fine; however, when trying to ping the default gateway (10.10.10.1) or any other hosts outside the VLAN10 (10.10.10.x), nothing responds.
Can someone tell me what I need to look for or what I am missing?
This virtual server is plugged into a 6500 Switch and on a VLAN10. The default gateway along with the subnet mask are properly configured. As mentioned in my earlier post, the server can ping local VLAN10 hosts and all other hosts when the last octect is changed from .14 to any other #.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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