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Nexus 7010 No route to host

Hi,

I needed to add vlans on the bladecenter, So added to ports on the bladecenter and then to the main trunk port of BC as well as i created the vlan on BC.

This BC connects to two main NEXUS 7010 core switch, I added to trunk port of these switches as well and vlan was already created in the nexus core switch.

but i was unable to ping the subnet gateway from the nexus core switch and gets the error as "no route to host"

Is this something there is no routing define for this subnet. As OSPF is running on the core switch.

Thanks

Sagar

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Cisco Employee

Nexus 7010 No route to host

Hi Sagar

As I understand You're trying to ping gateway from n7k

Check "sh ip ro GATEWAY_IP"

also check if vlan is allowed on thrunk between n7k and gateway

and check vlan interface state on n7k

HTH,

Alex

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Cisco Employee

Nexus 7010 No route to host

Hi Sagar

As I understand You're trying to ping gateway from n7k

Check "sh ip ro GATEWAY_IP"

also check if vlan is allowed on thrunk between n7k and gateway

and check vlan interface state on n7k

HTH,

Alex

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Nexus 7010 No route to host

Thanks Alex

VLAN was allowed on the trunk, everything related vlan is fine.

but there was no static route defined on the switch as the routing for the subnet was done on the firewall

so what i thought is to give a static route for network with next hop as firewall interface and guess what it started to work

Thanks

Sagar

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