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pinging problem

I could not ping  to 140.1.2.0--200 from our lan pc(192.168.1.x),

.But ,when I add routes to CS-2 router(Cs1 =cs2) as
ip route 140.1.2.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.46 and  for the ASA as route INTRANET 140.1.2.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.255.14 1,

I could some IP addresses like 140.1.2.100--101,107,etc but not all & 140.1.2.132 was pinging earlier before the changesand not pinging now.how do i enabling pinging for all & 140.1.2.132??anybody can help me pls??

thx

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Re: pinging problem

Hi,

1.Are you able to ping all the ip's from you cs1/cs2 ?

2.You specified you had to add routes explicitly in there, so does that mean that it used to work earlier without that by via some IGP ?

3. Is that a floating static route specified for the ASA to reach Holding n/w ?

4.You need to enable extensive debugging like deb ip packet detail for icmp and follow the packet from the cs1/cs2 to start with.

5.If you find it cumbersome adding static routes every now and then, switch to an IGP like Rip v2 or Ospf for better manageability.

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Re: pinging problem

Hi Tarak,

Thanks a lot for the reply & hope I sort out the problem.It seems it's their problem.except 140.1.2.132,others can reach.Even for 132,its reaching up to their core router.

Thanks

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