Greetings, sorry for the dumb question but I can't solve it
We have 2 Nexus 3K connected through a vPC peer link, these have VRRP configured
We have an orphan router connected to NX-1, but when we do a ping from NX-2 to this orphan router it fails
The link between the NX-1 and the orphan is a L3 link, all the rest of IPs are linked to SVI in both Nexus
We can ping thru SVI between the Nexus and from the NX-2 we can ping the routed interface of NX-1 but it fails to reach the orphan
Keep in mind that the orphan device has a default route that points to the NX-1
Any help will be gladly received and thanks
I've added a quick diagram below, is this currently the topology you're having issues with?
If you're using an L3 from NX1 -> R1 and pinging from NX2 I'm going to guess that NX2 doesn't have a route for the address of R1. If you do a `show ip route x.x.x.x` for the address of R1 is it empty? When you ping from NX2 do you get "no route to host"? You would need to have a static route from NX2 pointing to SVI of NX1 so it can route but without knowing the design I'm not sure this would be ideal.
My diagram might be wrong but could you provide a diagram of your current topology with the addressing and configuration?
HTH, Regards Jason.