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Packet Tracer - Can't Ping 2nd router or PC outside of subnet

Just trying to ping Router3 from PC0

When I inspect the PDU information in the packet when it gets to Router3: "The routing table does not have a route to the destination IP address. The device drops the packet."

 

First post, been working on this one for a few days, sorry if theres not enough details I can provide more

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Re: Packet Tracer - Can't Ping 2nd router or PC outside of subnet

Hello,

 

post the zipped Packet Tracer project (.pkt) file here...

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Re: Packet Tracer - Can't Ping 2nd router or PC outside of subnet

sorry for the late reply. Here is the pkt file

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Re: Packet Tracer - Can't Ping 2nd router or PC outside of subnet

Hi, what's the version of packet tracer u r using?

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Re: Packet Tracer - Can't Ping 2nd router or PC outside of subnet

7.3.0 Build 0838

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Re: Packet Tracer - Can't Ping 2nd router or PC outside of subnet

version 7.3.0

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Re: Packet Tracer - Can't Ping 2nd router or PC outside of subnet

This homework/schoolwork should be posted in the Cisco Learning Network.

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Re: Packet Tracer - Can't Ping 2nd router or PC outside of subnet

Thank you

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Re: Packet Tracer - Can't Ping 2nd router or PC outside of subnet

Hi,
R0--> I tried to assign the IPs you set but I faced overlap error. Could you really assign the IPs you tagged in the picture attached?


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Re: Packet Tracer - Can't Ping 2nd router or PC outside of subnet

Yes, sorry I should have posted a file instead of a picture. For the 6 interfaces connected by the red line (fiber) the subnet mask is 255.255.255.252 (/30) but for every other connection its 255.255.255.240 (/28)

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Re: Packet Tracer - Can't Ping 2nd router or PC outside of subnet

Hello,

 

after opening the file, I could see there is no routing (static or dynamic) in place. For the sake of simplicity, I added EIGRP to all routers, which provide end to end  connectivity. Find attached the working file...