Cisco Switch Cannot Ping Default Gateway. I put an interface on the switch in vlan 300, assigned myself an ip address and i was able to ping the switch from my laptop and the laptop from the switch. >conf t > int vlan 30 >ip address 192.168.4.56.
Below is the vlan config from the switch: Set ip route default gateway [metric] [primary] step 3. Also, when the switch starts getting crazy, i have got (dup!) duplicate packets returned by ping commands to some ips.
For Some Reason, I Cannot Ping 10.110.124.254 From The Pc.
I posted the thread regarding integration with token ring. No filters in place, only set up the ip configuration, default gaetway and passwords, everything else is vanilla. R1(config)#do show ip route default gateway is not set host gateway last use total uses interface icmp redirect cache is empty after we add the default gateway we can now ping r2’s loopback.
(No Default Gateway Set) So Why Can't Host A Ping Host B Using Proxy Arp.router Has Interfaces As 192.168.1.254 And 192.168.2.254.
So need to check vlan 2 is configured on switch 1 (along with valid ip address and netmask and a default gateway address pointing at switch 2). I opened the switches cli and typed; A managed switch with a configured management interface (and gateway to be able to reach networks other than the one on which its management interface is configured) and address.
And I Set A Default Gateway Aslo.
I put an interface on the switch in vlan 300, assigned myself an ip address and i was able to ping the switch from my laptop and the laptop from the switch. I made sure to double check all my subnets for vlan 30. The config on the switch is as follows.
Also, When The Switch Starts Getting Crazy, I Have Got (Dup!) Duplicate Packets Returned By Ping Commands To Some Ips.
Vlan21 is up, line protocol. I turned off portfast for 1/0/24. If you ever see a single failure at the being of a ping that usually means the router hasn’t finished its arp process for the destination.
Whenever I Try To Ping The Default Gateway From Either, The Pings Buffer And Never Go Anywhere.
Now, i am hoping to telnet to the switch from pc c. However when i set up an ip address on the vlan 30 interface on the switches i can no longer ping anywhere. Sometimes it says dup!, and sometimes it doesn't.