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Ping issue

Hi

I've started studying for the CCNA and used Packet Tracer today to build a network and play with the features.

I've attached a screenshot of the area where I found a problem and I was hoping for some help to trouble shoot it.

The issue is I can’t' ping from pc 1 in subnet 0 to server 0 in subnet 32.

I can ping the router from both, pc1 and server0, so it looks like an issue at the router.

I've only added basic configuration like hostnames domain names and IPs. I have not added any IPs to the switches interfaces.

Any suggestions on where I do need to look?

 

Thank you in advance for any help

Kind regards

Raul

 

 

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New Member

I can see the default gateway

I can see the default gateway in both the PC and the server is 192.168.10.97 ,however in order for the PC to reach the server it should traverse the router and for that the gateway should be 192.168.10.1.Similarly at the server end,the gateway should be 192.168.10.33.Changing these values should work for you.Can you also check if you are able to ping 192.168.10.97 from the PC and where this is pointing to.

New Member

Thank you so much for taking

Thank you so much for taking the time to reply.

You are correct and that solved the problem.

I bit upset with myself for not spootting something like that. Previously I had a different logical configuation and forgot to change the values.

Leason learned, hopefully I wont do it too often

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