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Why can I not ping beyond the ethernet interface of my router on a point-to-point link

I have 2501 series routers on both ends of a point to point link. I have eigrp configured on both ends. I can telnet and ping from router to router but I cannot get past the ethernet port. If I am inside the router I have no problem but if I am on the LAN outside of the router I cannot access the remote network.

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Re: Why can I not ping beyond the ethernet interface of my route

First, the PC connected to the LAN interface should have a default Gateway pointing to the router

ethernet ip address.

Secondly, you must enable eigrp on the ethernet interfaces

as well.

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