I have setup routing on various switches before, both port based and VLAN based but I have a 3560G that I can't figure out why my clients cannot see this new network.
If I ping a client on the new network from the switch it works fine but from any client on my existing network connected to this switch it fails. If I trace to the new network from a client it stop at this switch and then I get the * * *.
I am using RIP as I have other switches and routers in my network. The new network is on Port 24.
What is the 10.10.128.10 being used for ? You have both a default gateway (not used unless ip routing is turned off and a default static route pointing there . From the new switch can you ping device on your other network ?? Does the other network show up in the routing table as a RIP learned route ???
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