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Routing issue

Dear all,

i m struck off with the routing issue

Routing Table is like this

Destination Address Network Mask Next Hop Interface Index Type

0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.194.208.190 1 remote

10.194.208.104 255.255.255.248 0.0.0.0 2 local

10.194.208.160 255.255.255.224 0.0.0.0 1 local

Arp table is shown below

Interface Index IP Address MAC Address Type

1 10.194.208.162 001b789dffce dynamic

1 10.194.208.164 001cc459f79e dynamic

1 10.194.208.166 001cc45b8ffa dynamic

1 10.194.208.179 001cc45b94d6 dynamic

1 10.194.208.180 001cc45b9800 dynamic

1 10.194.208.188 001b257b0100 dynamic

1 10.194.208.189 001b25799200 dynamic

1 10.194.208.190 00005e000102 dynamic

2 10.194.208.108 001cc45b8590 dynamic

2 10.194.208.109 001cc45ab80e dynamic

what is the new route i can give so that

10.194.208.180 can ping 10.194.208.108

, also want to know is there a possibility for forwarding the traffic in between interfaces of ME 3400

2 REPLIES
New Member

Re: Routing issue

No routes required.

Both the network is already connected locally on your equipment. If your device supports and runs routing, 10.194.208.180 can ping 10.194.208.108 .

What device is this ?

New Member

Re: Routing issue

Sorry i told wrong, i have to ping from 108 tp 180,

this is radware wsd 3000 load balancers

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