3640 , ip accounting turned on. Fully switched network.
I have a fully switched network at a remote site . They are complaining of poor response time and even timing out the AS/400 connection.
Recently they have introduced a backbone puredata switch which my 3640 router is plugged into.
The router is showing lots of collisions and deffered packets.
The pure data switch is showing fcs and alignment errors.
I used the web browser to connect to it but couldn't. I telneted and we noticed that the default gateway for the switch was a pix f/all on site.
I talked with people here and they had me turn off the ICMP redirects on the ethernet port of the router.
I then was able to make the switch believe his default gateway was my router and now I am able to use a web browser to look at the stats.
Due to the response time complaints I have also turned on IP accounting on the ethernet port on the 3620 router.
When I do a show ip accounting . I see destinations to the internet from a source internal ip. Which I would expect , however they are high and a lan person is telling me I should not see this. That once the session from the PC to the internet is established the pc then talks to the f/wall and not my routers ethernet port therefore I should see very small bytes for internet traffic is this true.
I think that since there is no vlans set up. all traffic is directed to my router since that is the PC's default route and my router directs it to the f/all.
Someone else suggested that it is because I turned off the ICMP redirects.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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