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very basic question

I bought a 2514 router to prepare for the CCNA and have a very basic question about the configuration.

It's about as simple as it can get.

I have two pc's connected through the two ethernet ports. PC IP addresses are 169.229.53.10/16 and 128.32.253.10/16 (no firewall software). Router port IPs are 169.229.52.1/16 and 128.32.253.1/16.

The routing table displays both nets directly connected.

When I try to ping from PC to PC it fails.

From the 128 net PC I can ping to the router 169 interface, but no further.

From the 169 PC I can't ping beyond the router 169 interface.

Am I missing something, or does this sound more like a hardware problem? (it's a cheap used router)

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: very basic question

Make sure the PC on subnet 169.229.0.0/16 has a default gateway configured. It should point to 169.229.52.1.

Hope this helps,

Harold Ritter
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Re: very basic question

Ensure IP ROUTING is enabled. the default is disabled. then it should work.

If you don't want IP ROUNTING, you may want to use static ROUTING

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Re: very basic question

hi

as i saw here in ur message ur submit mask is 169.229.52.1/16 but ur ip's 169.229.53.10/16,.. u need to put ur ip in the same submit of ur gatway in the interface i mean look @ the third byte in ur gatway and also in ur ip's 52 and 53 ,. try to put it in the same submit.

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