I have attached a config, partial route table and a traceroute of a router that seems to be ignoring its routing table. You can see that I have a static route to the 188.8.131.52/28 network via 184.108.40.206. When I run a traceroute the router sends the packet via another router and I don't understand why. It looks like maybe the .139 router is causing this but the .139 router is a simple ADSL router with no routing protocols or static routes installed so I don't think it would/should cause this. Any ideas?
Oops, my bad. I fixed that ACL and it went fine. Thanks.
Here is another example though. In this case I have the same config only the static route now points to the a router at .244. This router I have no access to so I don't know what the routing setup on it is. However when I point the 207 network to the .244 router I also get a weird traceroute. Can the .244 router be causing this? If so, how?
My first post contains a full config of my router. Unfortunately the router that I am pointing to is not managed by me and therefore I cannot get any config info for it. All I know is that when I setup a static route pointing to this unmanged router the packets do not route correctly as seen on the traceroutes in the second attachement.
A static route could not overridden by any routing protocol unless they give a route with higher mask , in ur case a /29 .But your routing table doesnt have that , so cannot be a route given by other router .
A wild guess , can u check the arp of the next-hop , might be a corrupted arp table might lead you to take a diff path.
After checking , clear the arp and see wheter it solves the problem
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