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Not able to reach the FMC IP from the FTDv which is on the same VM host

Hi Guys,

 

The issue I am facing here is i have an FMC which is deployed on a VM and to which a FTD installed on a FP2110 has been registered succesfully and working fine. 

The FMC IP is 10.126.210.27 

The FTD which is deployed on FP2110 is as below 

>
> show network
===============[ System Information ]===============
Hostname : FirePowerHost
DNS Servers : 208.67.222.222
208.67.220.220
Management port : 8305
IPv4 Default route
Gateway : 10.105.195.31

==================[ management0 ]===================
State : Enabled
Channels : Management & Events
Mode : Non-Autonegotiation
MDI/MDIX : Auto/MDIX
MTU : 1500
MAC Address : XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
----------------------[ IPv4 ]----------------------
Configuration : Manual
Address : 10.105.195.177
Netmask : 255.255.255.0
Broadcast : 10.105.195.255
----------------------[ IPv6 ]----------------------
Configuration : Disabled

===============[ Proxy Information ]================
State : Disabled
Authentication : Disabled

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The next thing is i am trying to register a FTDv deployed on a vm to the above FMC 

the details are as below for the new FTDv : 

Please find the screen capture of all the relevant output from the FTDv. 

Please let me know where am i going wrong 

I am unable to reach my gateway as well as the FMC. 

will be grateful for your suggestions as well as your inputs guys. 

 

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Beginner

Not sure which flavor of FTDv you are deploying.  I recently deployed FTDv into AWS which requires two management interfaces.  The mgmt interface I had to use to register in FMC was not the interface IP seen from the FTDv CLI.  That caused me some frustration while trying to register FTDv to FMC.

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Contributor

Can you ping anything on your network?  I just installed a pair of FTDv NGFWs and I had to replace all the network interfaces so they used the VMXNET 3 driver instead of the E1000 driver and things started working once they were powered back up.

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Thanks gbekmezi, Yes I am unable to ping anything on my network and I have attached all the outputs from the basic commands from the FTDv CLI. 

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