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SVI with bridging Problem

Hi,

I am getting problem when i am configuring SVI and bridging.

In the given scenario I am not able to ping 1.1.1.9 from 1.1.1.2 .

also from 1.1.1.1 , 1.1.1.8 cann't be reached.

But i am able to rech 1.1.1.2 from 1.1.1.8.

when i did debug arp , switch is replying for arp request for 1.1.1.8 or 1.1.1.9 and packet is not going through bridge.

Any help highly appriciated

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SVI with bridging Problem

What are you trying to do - looking at your diagram, there is no need for bridging?

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SVI with bridging Problem

@Andrew : i am tring to ping from r1 to svi of sw3 both are in different vlans ...same is the situation with r2 and svi of sw2

SVI with bridging Problem

I am confused, R1 is directly connected to SW3 - if the interface of R1 in SW3 is in the correct VLAN as the SVI - you have no need ot Bridging, to same applies to R2 and SW2. 

This is a test network right - not a live production network?

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SVI with bridging Problem

yes this is test network only ... but i ve to solve this at any how

SVI with bridging Problem

The issue is most likely the config on the sub interfaces on R3 and the switchport on SW2 that R3 connects to.  If SW3, R1 and R2 are in differenet VLANS that one of the sub-interfaces on R3, the the switchport needs to be a trunk, and the sub-interfaces on R3 will need to encasulate the traffic into Dot1Q with the correct VLAN tag.

This is an assumption, as I have no idea what the end task is.

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