Ping from HostA= Windows XP client 18.104.22.168/24 to
HostB= Windows 2003 Server 22.214.171.124/24 does not even go to L3 or MSFC since they are in the same subnet. The ping from either hosts are sent directly to that host since they are in the same subnet. Question is why does the hostB does not respond to host A's ARP? Is the cam table of the 6509 populated for both devices? Are they both connected to the same 6509?
Yes these are on the same switch 9/18 and 9/22. I'm running span so that I can monitor traffic from 9/1 and dump to 9/18. 9/1 is in vlan1 and 9/18 is on vlan10. maybe this has something to do with this issue. Do you think this is true?
Because I utilise the 'inpkts enable', I can ping.
However, I found the cause of this.
This Windows 2003 server is in VLAN10, and my router interface that I am monitoring is in VLAN1. If I shut down the span session, this server becomes vivible.
To correct this, I have changed the default route on my core 6509 switch routers (msfc2) to point to the router interface in vlan10 and then I changed the span session to monitor egress traffic at that vlan10 router infterface.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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