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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 102956 26-May-2012 18:30
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Hey Guys,

I was doing a CCNA lab with intervlan Routing. The network topology is

x3 switches (1 vtp server , 2 clients)
x1 Router
x3 End device Computers
x1 Tftp server

Basically i setup everything correctly , the computers on the seperate vlans can ping each other.

But here's my question, should the switch be able to ping the computer's?
I was not able to ping a computer from my switch.

If it helps , I can upload the packet tracer file for it.

Cheers




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Master Geek
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  Reply # 630818 26-May-2012 19:03
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hey, yeah upload the pkt file. Sounds like fun.



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 630922 27-May-2012 10:31
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Uploaded to Mediafire.

Have a go :)


http://www.mediafire.com/?u4xw8ds6nb1166d




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Master Geek
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  Reply # 630927 27-May-2012 10:47
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What's your enable secret passwd?


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  Reply # 630929 27-May-2012 10:55
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THe switch's management interface is for all intentions the same as a computer ie you should choose a VLAN that it should reside on and give it an IP and the default gateway of that VLAN.







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  Reply # 630930 27-May-2012 10:56
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user verification password is : cisco
enable pass is : class




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  Reply # 630931 27-May-2012 10:57
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Yeah I guessed the first one

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 630950 27-May-2012 11:31
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Yeah, your layer 2 devices are not configured to be on any particular vlan. You can ping between pc's coz you have your vlan trunking to your layer 3 device configured correctly. 



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  Reply # 630951 27-May-2012 11:40
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so what should i configure to make the switch be able to ping .

btw thanks for you help, appreciate it.




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  Reply # 630952 27-May-2012 11:47
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vtp mode server
vlan 10
int vlan 10
ip add 192.168.10.2 255.255.255.0

repeat for your other vlans





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  Reply # 630969 27-May-2012 12:22
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Thanks for that, will try when i get home from work :)




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  Reply # 630972 27-May-2012 12:26
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No problem. Glad to help.



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  Reply # 630982 27-May-2012 12:46
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wait , isnt thats what the router is for ?

sorry I just like understanding the concept behind it :)




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  Reply # 630987 27-May-2012 13:01
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yeah in the absence of a multi-layer switch the router is used for inter-vlan routing, ie router on a stick. The whole point of your lab. If your distribution layer switch is layer 3 capable you don't need a separate 
layer 3 device. But in order to ping from a layer 2 only switch you have to assign ip addresses to the respective vlans.





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  Reply # 630992 27-May-2012 13:08
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Oh right !! thanks man i get it now :)

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  Reply # 631071 27-May-2012 17:35
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I actually ended up finding what was wrong.

I didnt add this command on the router.

int fa0/1.99
encapsulation dot1q 99 native
ip add 192.168.99.1 255.255.255.0


now everything works :)




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