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Ping / Telnet Problem

I have 4 Switches Ip address follows: Switch-1: 206.101.15.59/24, Switch-2: 206.101.15.60/24, Switch-3: 206.101.15.58/24, Switch-4: 206.101.15.62/24, from my PC: 206.101.15.1/24, I can ping/telnet Switch-1 & Switch-2, unfortunately I can't ping switch-3 & switch-4, however Switch-3 & Switch-4 are reachable via Switch-1 & Switch-2 prompt:, any help and advise... tnx

AAM

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Purple

Re: Ping / Telnet Problem

Hi,

Do you have any MAC access-lists or something applied to the port that the PC plugs into ?

Paresh

New Member

Re: Ping / Telnet Problem

I don't have,

New Member

Re: Ping / Telnet Problem

I don't have,

Re: Ping / Telnet Problem

Where is the PC connected to? how are the switches connecting to one another? Trunk or access? What is the vlan the subnet 206.101.15.0/24 belongs to? Can you post the 4 switch configurations? show int trunk.

New Member

Re: Ping / Telnet Problem

Connection as follows: Switch-1 to Switch-2: UTP connection, Switch-3 to Switch-1: UTP connection; Switch-4 to Switch-2: UTP connection, my PCs currently connected to Switch-1, subnet 206.101.15.0/24 belong to default VLAN.

Re: Ping / Telnet Problem

Please paste the configuration of Switch1,Switch3, Switch4.

-amit singh

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