I have a 1800 Series switch connected to a 3560 Series switch. The purpose was to easily create (dhcp from the router) and seperate two networks. I can ping from network A through the router to the 3560 switch, but no further. And in reverse, nothing behind the 3560 switch can see Network A. Any suggestions would be helpful...
Cisco 1800 Fa0/0 (local Lan) 172.17.100.1/24. DHCP From the router 172.17.100.1.
Fa0/1 is a point to point connection to the 3560 switch. Local ip address is 172.16.100.1/30
The switch is connected to the router on gig0/6. this port has an ip address of 172.16.100.2/30
the switch has an ip address of 10.27.140.43 (Vlan 1)
I'm able to ping from the 172.17.100.1 network to 10.27.140.43, but no further. I need to be able to hit addreses behind the 3560's VLAN ip, such as its default gateway and the internet....hope this helps
I've got the static routes in there. But i can only ping the 3560's ip address, nothing behind it. but from the 3560, i can ping all devices behind the 1800 router. I don't think i have a serious need for routing protocols. I'm thinking about NAT as my solution. We'll see what happens after that.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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