I recently configured another VLAN throughout the Campus, just like a previous 8 others, but this time the routers can not PING each other. They can ping themselves and all clients are getting the correct IP, yet they are unable to ping anything as well. The following is an example of a VLAN that IS working, and below it is a copy of the one that is NOT working:
What's happen? Is the configuration come from one L3-swtich? If so,I think there is some wrong. I suggest vlan 101 and 204 have themselves ip segments,like vlan101 has 206.0.1/24;vlan204 has 206.0.2/24.
Another things,there is something wrong with your HSRP configuration.If you configed HSRP in only one MSFC or another L3-card,it is not working.If you have redundancy engine with MSFC in one cat6k,so you enable HSRP like the below
Do the clients have their default gateway set as the standby ip address ? If for some reason they have them pointed at the non active hsrp address they won't be able to ping other addresses . The clients should be using the standby ip address as their default gateway .
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