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ROUTING ON SECONDARY IP ADDRESS

I have strange problem on routing between subnet configured as a secondary interface for my ethernet card.

My e0/0 has 3 ip address on 3 different class C subnet.

All my clients has this router configured as gw (with correct ip address).

If i ping between the subnet, all works fine, but if i try to send a page to a lpd printer on a differend subnet, not all packets come to destination.

Result...... corrupt document ptinted.

Some advice?

Thanks.

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Re: ROUTING ON SECONDARY IP ADDRESS

Is the router or interface under load? How do you know not all packets arrive (sniffer?)? Try "ip route-cache same-interface" under the interface.

Hope it helps.

Steve

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Re: ROUTING ON SECONDARY IP ADDRESS

If it's any help, running ip route-cache same interface should help here. The packets are currently being process switched, and icmp redirects are being generated, since the packets are coming into and out of the same interface. This is taking a great deal of time on the processor.

Russ

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Re: ROUTING ON SECONDARY IP ADDRESS

I have already setted ip route cache on that interface.

Perhaps it was present a no ip redirect parameter on eth interface.

This can cause the loss of packets?

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