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static route not showing up

Hi There, Im trying to enter a static route on a 3750 so I put in the route using the #ip route command but when i do a #show ip route static its not there , any suggestions

  • LAN Switching and Routing
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Re: static route not showing up

Hello,

You need to be in the config mode. the privelege excec mode# is not the correct one.

best regards

Sebastian

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Re: static route not showing up

Its unclear from my post but I am actually in config mode and the router accepts the command without any errors it just doesnt show up in the sh ip route

New Member

Re: static route not showing up

use this following command to to see static routes.

Router#show configuration/run

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Re: static route not showing up

Hi Bruce-hunter,

Having diploma qualification with sound knowledge on CCNp (r&s) and 3years of experience in network ,Can i become CISCO employee.

Kindly guide me on the same

Waiting for ur reply.

Regards,

Shiv

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Re: static route not showing up

Hi Bruce-hunter,

How can i restore the 3750 SWITCH'S ios WHEN I ERASED FLASH OF THE SAME SWITCH. Is there any way to restore the ios of switch.

Kindly guide me on the same .

Waiting for ur reply.

Regards,

Shiv

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Re: static route not showing up

The switch needs to have ip routing enabled before that statics take place. Otherwise you will have a default-gateway.

Try entering "ip routing" on the switch - that should take care of your problem.

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Re: static route not showing up

Bruce

In addition to Charles post about making sure you have ip routing, a static route will only be entered into the routing table if the next-hop address is reachable. So does your routing table know how to get to the next hop.

Jon

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