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Static Routing through 2 routers: can ping one interface but not other

JD2004NE
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I'm struggling to get static routing through all these devices to work. From ISP router, I can ping DurhamR1 on 192.168.11.246 but not on its other interface 192.168.9.190 (where the network continues). It's as if I need to route from one interface to the other, but I'm unsure on how to do this. 

Packet tracer file attached.

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NetworkDave
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@JD2004NE,

Welcome to the community!

Ping Fail = ISP router to DurhamR1 (192.168.9.190)

The ISP router drops the packet because it does not have a route to the destination IP Address.

Configure static route: ip route 192.168.9.128 255.255.255.192 192.168.11.253
Now ping intermittently fails = ISP router to DurhamR1 (192.168.9.190)


NewcastleR1 has two routes to the destination IP Address; One of which is invalid.

Delete invalid route: no ip route 192.168.9.128 255.255.255.192 192.168.11.254

 

Ping Successful = ISP router to DurhamR1 (192.168.9.190)

Let the community know if you need additional help and we'll assist you.

HTH
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NetworkDave
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@JD2004NE,

Welcome to the community!

Ping Fail = ISP router to DurhamR1 (192.168.9.190)

The ISP router drops the packet because it does not have a route to the destination IP Address.

Configure static route: ip route 192.168.9.128 255.255.255.192 192.168.11.253
Now ping intermittently fails = ISP router to DurhamR1 (192.168.9.190)


NewcastleR1 has two routes to the destination IP Address; One of which is invalid.

Delete invalid route: no ip route 192.168.9.128 255.255.255.192 192.168.11.254

 

Ping Successful = ISP router to DurhamR1 (192.168.9.190)

Let the community know if you need additional help and we'll assist you.

HTH
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Remember to mark helpful posts and mark the correct answer as a solution; It helps other users with similar questions.

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