I am currently having an issue with getting my 3620 to connect to my ISPs switch/network.
My ISP has a 3570G at my office. They have configured a port to be used to connect to the Internet and given me static IP info...
IP - 73.x.x.33/24
Gateway - 73.x.x.25
DNS servers are also provided.
Using this information I can connect a computer to their switch, statically assign the computer that address and get on the Internet. I can also ping the gateway/next hop 73.x.x.25 from the computer. The computer auto negotiates 10/half on the port.
What I am trying to do is connect my 3620 to the switch and be able to get the same connectivity.
Internal Lan-> 3620-> ISP's 3750
I have the 3620 connected to the switch and the port is status up / protocol up. However, from the router I am not able to ping the next hop of 73.x.x.25. I have tried sourcing the ping from the connected interface, but it still doesn't work. My config and a few show commands are attached. What else could I be doing wrong?
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