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network simulation

cziryekferenc
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in the following example I configured ip addresses

ospf, dhcp

I can not ping pc to pc, pc to server. access on left whireless I could not configure. can I get help? thank you

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NetworkDave
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Follow the advice given by David Ruess. When dealing with multiple issues, it is best to work on one problem and one  specific network segment at a time. Please provide the zipped pka/pkt file and instructions that you are working with.

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You might have to upload your .pkt file in a zip folder for someone to take a look. But a couple of questions.

Can your PC reach its DG? Put a static IP/mask on your PC and see if it can reach its DG - if not start troubleshooting there at L2

Check the routing table of the routers. Do they have all the needed routes for reachability to the servers and PC networks?

 

-David

thank you for help.

first question is how can I send .pkt file. second what is DG? I tried to post the packet tracer file but I don't know how to do it. thank you frank

Archive the pka/pkt file as a zipped file (.zip extension) and then attach it as you did the images (.jpg).

In the context that David Ruess used it, DG denotes

Default-Gateway

I am sending the zip file, thank you, frank

Hi

I uploaded the requested zip file , did it get thorough? can I get help

Hi I uploaded the required zip file. can I get help? thank you frank.

NetworkDave
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Follow the advice given by David Ruess. When dealing with multiple issues, it is best to work on one problem and one  specific network segment at a time. Please provide the zipped pka/pkt file and instructions that you are working with.

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