Could you please check the router (which has not been replaced) for the ARP entry (show ip arp) for the other side and verify it with the MAC address of the other side (the MAC address of the interface on new router). It may be possible that the ARP entry was not cleared and causing the ping to not go through.
Secondly, it could also be some hardware issue or issue with the SFP (if fiber link) on the new router.
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I tried to setup a virtual environment with 2960 switches and 2911 Router. In one part of the network where I connected PCs directly to the 2911 Router, I was able to communicate to the attached devices, having configured static route. In the th...
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