Please I need some help. I am unable to reach some devices in a particular VLAN accross the FWSM. Funny thing is I am able to reach other devices in the same VLAN. It is as if certain host are allowed while some are blocked. Meanwhile I have access lists to permit all traffic, ip and icmp inbound and outbound on the FWSM.
Kindly check attached topology.
In the Topology, I have noticed that whenever we make DTR2 Root bridge for Vlan3, we lose connection to device 10.2.3.5 and even DTR2
cannot ping 10.2.3.5 using its VLAN4 interface but can ping it using another of its interfaces. We even put icmp captures on FWSM 2 VLAN4 interface when pinging but it did not recieve any traffic from 10.2.4.1 to 10.2.3.5.
We are not using NAT Control
We have cleared xlate and configured xlate-bypass but poblem still exists.
On FWSM 2 there is a default route to the DTR2 VLAN 4 HSRP Gateway ( for which DTR2 is active).
Whenever I make DTR1 the root bridge all works well.
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