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  • in reply to: Problems routing traffic to VLANs…. #48999
    vviudez
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    @ppalias wrote:

    I am out of ideas… Try to reload them just in case.

    Well… I solved… damm!

    The problem was on the mask of CISCO 1 router… it was 192.168.0.254/16… and every packet that are sended to an VLAN 192.168.x.y (where x is Z than 101), the router sends it to the office Lan, trying to find the destination machine using ARP request…

    After change the mask to 24 bits, the router uses its routing table, to send it to the firewall…. and the firewall to the correct VLAN…

    Very simple… little error!!!!

    Thanks again for your help ppalias!!

    Regards!

    in reply to: Problems routing traffic to VLANs…. #48997
    vviudez
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    @ppalias wrote:

    @vviudez wrote:

    @ppalias wrote:

    You can reach interfaces that are directly connected on the Cisco routers.
    It seems that static routing is not working, to be able to reach the networks connected on the ZS (LABS). So my suggestion is to enable RIPv2 on ETH00 of ZS and LAN interface of Cisco 1 (ask it from the netadmins).

    Static routing on the CISCO 1, have this route:

    ip route 192.168.0.0 255.255.0.0 192.168.0.1

    I’m asked about activate RIPv2… I’m waiting…

    Then maybe Cisco 2 doesn’t have a correct gateway for 192.168.0.0/16, which should be the wan interface of Cisco 1.

    CISCO 2 has a route for all 192.168.x.x/16 to go throught the WAN line to the WAN interface of CISCO 1.

    And CISCO 1 has a route for all 172.16.x.x/16 to go throught the WAN line to the WAN interface of CISCO 2.

    in reply to: Problems routing traffic to VLANs…. #48994
    vviudez
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    @ppalias wrote:

    You can reach interfaces that are directly connected on the Cisco routers.
    It seems that static routing is not working, to be able to reach the networks connected on the ZS (LABS). So my suggestion is to enable RIPv2 on ETH00 of ZS and LAN interface of Cisco 1 (ask it from the netadmins).

    Static routing on the CISCO 1, have this route:

    ip route 192.168.0.0 255.255.0.0 192.168.0.1

    I’m asked about activate RIPv2… I’m waiting…

    in reply to: Problems routing traffic to VLANs…. #48993
    vviudez
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    @ppalias wrote:

    I suppose you have mistakenly written the Production LAN 192.168.0.0/16 instead of the correct 172.16.0.0/16 which seems to be correct.
    My belief is that Cisco 1 has wrong gateway for the 192.168.0.0/16 to the LAN.

    The gateway of the Production LAN is 172.16.1.254, and this gateway has a route that every 192.168.0.0/16 are send by the CISCO 2 (172.16.1.253)

    in reply to: Problems routing traffic to VLANs…. #48991
    vviudez
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    Thanks for your response ppalias…

    I think that if the problem is the route onn the CISCO 1 router, we’ll don’t have access to the OFFICE LAN…. but from PRODUCTION LAN we reach OFFICE LAN and viceversa…

    From PRODUCTION LAN we can’t reach LABS VLANS, and viceversa…

    And… how we can configure the RIPv2… over all interfaces? only over VLAN interfaces?….

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