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Routing Problem

Dear all,

i m struck off with the routing issue

Routing Table is like this

Destination Address Network Mask Next Hop Interface Index Type 1 remote 2 local 1 local

Arp table is shown below

Interface Index IP Address MAC Address Type

1 001b789dffce dynamic

1 001cc459f79e dynamic

1 001cc45b8ffa dynamic

1 001cc45b94d6 dynamic

1 001cc45b9800 dynamic

1 001b257b0100 dynamic

1 001b25799200 dynamic

1 00005e000102 dynamic

2 001cc45b8590 dynamic

2 001cc45ab80e dynamic

what is the new route i can give so that can ping

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

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Re: Routing Problem

Hello Cisco_Blue,

I was able to open your second attachment in your previous thread.

>> what is the new route i can give so that can ping

From the picture is one of the real servers behind virtual ip address

your current configuration should allow this if both servers agree on using this device (one of the two load balancers in the picture I guess).

May you check the route table of the servers?

if they have multiple NICs this is an important aspect to check.

the ME 3400 is a multilayer switching so it can perform intervlan routing if needed:

let's say subnet1 is associated to vlan 10

subnet2 to vlan 20

ME 3400 can define two SVI interfaces:

int vlan 10

ip address

no shut

int vlan 20

ip address 10.194.208.y

no shut


this require one ip address to be used on ME3400 for each IP subnet it takes part at OSI L3.

Hope to help