Unable to ping other side of 802.1q trunk links on 3500XL
Hopefully you can point out my mistakes here.
I can ping the Extreme, but can't ping the 3500XL nor either server. All connections are 802.1q trunk links. The native VLANs for Server23 and Server24 are 23 and 24, respectfully. Sorry for all the x's...the posting system here is messing with my diagram..
Router A--------- 3500XL------ Server23
xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo 10.6.200.3 10.6.23.2
*Server gateways point to their respect subif on the router (i.e. 10.6.24.2 is using 10.6.24.1 on Router A)
** Both the Extreme and the 3500XL are using 10.6.200.1 as their default gw.
Re: Unable to ping other side of 802.1q trunk links on 3500XL
1.) We develop a special network measurement device that can use a 802.1q trunk connection. As part of the testing, we needed the link to be a trunk, not a access link. 2) I just found the problem - a subif (.23) was shutdown for some reason. After issueing a no shut, everything was fine and well. D'OH!
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