Question for you guys, it seems simple but I must be missing something
1. 1 Cisco 3600 Router
2. Int fa0/0 is for the Internet
3. Int fa0/1 is for the LAN
4. fa0/0 is for the WAN connection going into the firewall
5. fa0/1 is going into a 3750 switch
6. The LAN port of the firewall is connect to g1/0/3 of the 3750 in VLAN30
Right now all is working ok. Users able to browse the internet but I am unable to ping the IP of VLAN1 on the 3750. On the 3750 I set up a VLAN 30 which is for my primary ISP. From the 3600 fa0/1 is plugged into g1/0/2 of the 3750 on VLAN30. If I do a CDP nei I can see the router but cannot ping it even though it is on the same subnet.
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