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IP UNNUMBERED ON WAN DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY ......

I have 4 leased line with 4 cisco 2610 with 2 serial.

Encapsulation HDLC, load balancing with EIGRP and failover with MHRSP.

I configured my serials interfaces with ip unnumbered e0/0, so each s0/x obtain ip address from interface ethernet 0/0.

But when i ping a router from another, it fail.

From local network i reach ethernet interface of local router, but not ethernet of other routers.

Why this? I'm missing somethings?

Thanks.

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Re: IP UNNUMBERED ON WAN DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY ......

Remember you can't ping an IP unnumbered interface.

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Re: IP UNNUMBERED ON WAN DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY ......

Well, first start with troubleshooting your serial interfaces to make sure you have connectivity between your routers:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/cisintwk/itg_v1/tr1915.htm

Next, troubleshoot your routing protocol:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/105/top_issues/iprouting/top_issues_rp.shtml

True, you can't ping your serial I/F, but you should be able to ping eth0 to eth0 on your routers.

Have fun!!

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