We have a customer with a Cisco 3750x switch stack on site.
He plugged his laptop in the following port:
switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 100
The device he is trying to reach is on the same switch but a different port in a different vlan (VLAN 199), there are trunks present that have access to the 2 vlans. Launching a ping is a straight success
The device he has: 10.1.0.190
When he tries a HTTP request, it fails. When we do a tracert from his laptop to 10.1.99.30
- 10.1.0.190 (himself)
- 10.1.0.2 (resides in vlan 100)
- 10.1.0.223 (resides in vlan 100)
- 10.0.253.1 (vlan 53) Vlan 53 is a layer 3 transit OSPF between the sites on subnet 10.0.253.8/30
- 10.1.99.30 (Destination in vlan 199)
This does not pass any known firewalls, any reason why he matches this OSPF route on a HTTP request of the same switch and why the request would breakdown.
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