i am facing a strange problem please see the pic attached
i have a 3620 and a 2501 at location A
router a loc B(2501) is connected to rouetr a Loc A (2501). placing two routers at a location makes no sense so i thought to pick 2501 placed at location A. to do this i just configured a serial port s0/5 may be on the same network as is router 2501 at loc B
its strange that only 2501 at loc A communicates with that at Loc B
3620 at loc A cannot communicate with 2501 at Loc B
The reason the 2501 in location A can communicate with the 2501 in location B is that they are directly connected. You need to have either a routing protocol or static routes configured in order to provide full connectivity between all routers?
Hope this helps,
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Did you check the serial interface is OK I mean is it working fine...wht is the interface status when u connect E1 link on 3700 or whtever router to 2501 series route at location B ?? did u connect location B router on different port of 3700 series router..
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