We have a E1 link from Main office to our other branch. The link is getting terminated on Cisco 2610 router. We have defined secondary interface for another network on that router. We have one more 1750 router where again we have defined the secondary for that network.
Now the problem is, Main office LAN machine is not able to talk to remote Lan machine and vice versa. However, Local LAN can ping to both the router's ethernet interfaces as well as remote WAN IP addresses and vice versa.
We are using EIGRP on our network and have set variance option.
Check to make sure EIGRP is advertising the secondary networks and that they are showing up in the remote router routing table. By default EIGRP will auto-summarize routes which may be effecting you perhaps. You can do a 'no auto-summary' under the EIGRP process to stop this behavior (if you do this, do it everywhere).
When you say the Local LAN can ping remote router interface, is "Local LAN" a PC on the local LAN or from the router? If it's from the router are you doing an extended ping sourcing ping from the secondary IP address on LAN interface? Try a extended ping anyway to remote sourcing it from the secondary LAN.
Make sure PCs on LAN have their default gateway set correctly.
One router's (Router A) LAN interface is on Switch (Cisco Catalyst) and the another's router's (Router B) LAN interface is on Hub. The same hub has the input from that witch only where the router A is connected.
The traffic from Main office to other offices is generally IP traffic and VoIP traffic.
Is it because one router is on switch and another on a hub??
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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