initially i was pinging from the server (connected to switch1) which was in same vlan as mgmt 0 port.
however when i tried to ping from a l3 switch which is also connected to swich1, it worked and i am able to ping both L2 switches 1 and 2.
i can conclude from this - if you try to ping the mgmt0 IP from the switch itself - it wont ping, even if you have a svi configure for both mgmt0 and switch int vlan on L3. dont know whether this is a feature or bug?
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