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pinging problem

jakubbylica
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Hey.

I've got into the cisco packet tracer recently, and I somehow managed to successfully use the RIP method. Yet now I wanted to implement it to more routers than 2. So here's my problem: I can ping the routers but I can't ping other computer in other networks. Here's a photo of my network, if it somehow helps you solve my problem. Thank you in advance!

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Kasun Bandara
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make sure you configured all client networks in RIP correctly. also check if clients configured with correct IP / gateway configurations.

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Good luck
KB

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balaji.bandi
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Are you running RIP on all Routers ?

Do you see the destination IP range learned in routing table ?

from the source device are you able to ping gateway ?

from the source device are you able to ping next router gateway ?

when you do tracert from device to destination, where it stop that where you need to loom why routing not taking place.

end device have any FW ?

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Kasun Bandara
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make sure you configured all client networks in RIP correctly. also check if clients configured with correct IP / gateway configurations.

Please rate this and mark as solution/answer, if this resolved your issue
Good luck
KB
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