I can sucessfully ping throughout the whole network but GRE tunneling does not seem to work. I was practicing IPsec VPNs before this which is why there are crypto configs that aren't applied. I removed them just to test out GRE. After configuring GRE and running a debug I get this message...
Feb 22 16:30:07.123: Tunnel0: GRE/IP to classify 220.127.116.11->18.104.22.168
*Feb 22 16:30:07.123: Tunnel0: GRE/IP to classify 22.214.171.124->126.96.36.199
(len=64 type=0x800 ttl=253 tos=0x0)
When I turn on Keepalive and run a debug is seems like GRE is working successfully because debug shows encapsulating and decapsulaing messages, but only on the keepalives and not when pinging or transferring data using an FTP.
Well a CCNP I know has informed me that the GRE tunnel is working. I'm not sure why I'm getting the
adjacency fixup mesage but I believe it could have someone to do with OSPF. I did disable OSPF and applied static routes and got the same error so I'm not 100% certain. I would like to view the packets to ensure they're being encalsulated but the "monitor capture" command is not available in my IOS.
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