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ping problem

I am having 4 routers, 2 at each location and 2 catlyst switches 1 at each location. My routers are connected back to back via e1. and also router at each location are connect with the switch. But i am not able to get ping from one network to other

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Cisco Employee

Re: ping problem

Hi Abhi,

Can you check with "sh ip route" whether routes are available to ping from one network to other?

Also you are not able to ping 2 different networks attached on same router or across the locations?

Regards,

Ankur

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Re: ping problem

Hi Ankur,

I have checked "sh ip route" i am seeing the routes for the network.

Community Member

Re: ping problem

Hi Ankur,

Please find attached visio file. This is the senario. The router 1 & 2 are old routers. And 3 & 4 are new routers. I am not able to ping from 3 the local network of 2 & 4 and vice versa. And I want only static routes. I have tested it with routing portocol such as RIP it get ping. When I removed one of the e1 link from the router it goes to another way.

Regards,

Abhijit

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