Interesting ping problem

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Cpt_CAM, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. Cpt_CAM

    Cpt_CAM Guest

    I have a printer at a remote site with IP 172.16.5.207. that printer is
    connected to a 4006 switch on VLAN 216. That switch runs across a
    gigaman circuit trunking vlan 216 back to another 4006 at my central
    site. The 4006 at the central site is dual homed via 1/1 and 1/2 to 2
    core switches with MSFC2's and HSRP addressing for vlan 216. Both cores
    can ping any address on the 172.16.15.x network. Only one of the cores
    can ping 172.16.15.207. Has anybody ever ran into anything odd like
    that? Only a single host is having this problem.

    Network setup

    Printer---> 4006(remote)--->4006(central)-->6509 <--|
    | HSRP
    -->6513 <--|
    Cpt_CAM, Apr 16, 2005
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  2. Sometimes, this can be an incorrectly set subnet mask (on the printer). Or,
    the printer has an incorrect default route (if it has one at all).
    Phillip Remaker, Apr 17, 2005
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  3. Cpt_CAM

    Will Plaice Guest

    also could be an arp issue, have you cleared the arp tables on all the kit ?

    Will

    "Cpt_CAM" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >I have a printer at a remote site with IP 172.16.5.207. that printer is
    > connected to a 4006 switch on VLAN 216. That switch runs across a
    > gigaman circuit trunking vlan 216 back to another 4006 at my central
    > site. The 4006 at the central site is dual homed via 1/1 and 1/2 to 2
    > core switches with MSFC2's and HSRP addressing for vlan 216. Both cores
    > can ping any address on the 172.16.15.x network. Only one of the cores
    > can ping 172.16.15.207. Has anybody ever ran into anything odd like
    > that? Only a single host is having this problem.
    >
    > Network setup
    >
    > Printer---> 4006(remote)--->4006(central)-->6509 <--|
    > | HSRP
    > -->6513 <--|
    >
    Will Plaice, Apr 18, 2005
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