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Cannot ping subnet 192.168.2.1

OK, is it just me, or can you not ping a 192.168 address when creating vlans for it?

For example I created 3 vlans with the config below and can ping each one from my data network 10.20.60.0

int gig0/1.10

encapsulation dot1q 10

ip address 10.20.60.1/23

int gig0/1.20

encapsulation dot1q 20

ip address 10.20.20.1/23

int gig0/130

encapsulation dot1q 30

ip address 172.20.30.1/23

CANNOT PING

int gig0/1.40

encapsulation dot1q 40

ip address 192.168.40.1/24

Is there something wrong that I am not seeing.. Also the 192.168.40.0 is my voice net

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Cannot ping subnet 192.168.2.1

Are you able to ping the vlan from switch

Check with your gateway address in data vlan.

Usally data vlan gateway will be firewall, so you are packet getting dropped.

try to put the Core Switch ip in the  gateway address,you will be able to ping.

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Beginner

Cannot ping subnet 192.168.2.1

I ok I think I know whats gonig on.. Working it out.... There is more to my configs than what you see here.

Beginner

Cannot ping subnet 192.168.2.1

Are you able to ping the vlan from switch

Check with your gateway address in data vlan.

Usally data vlan gateway will be firewall, so you are packet getting dropped.

try to put the Core Switch ip in the  gateway address,you will be able to ping.

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Beginner

Cannot ping subnet 192.168.2.1

Please post yout topology and all running-configs.

You might blocking vlan40 in trunk, you might not have vlan40 created on all devices.

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Re: Cannot ping subnet 192.168.2.1

Now Really there is Nothing to Worry About. it Just Might Be Some Technical Glitch. You Did Not Explain About Series & Model Number of Your Router. Whether 192.168.2.1 is the default Gateway Or Some Other Lost Host According to Your Router. Please Explain it Further Where all I can recommend Right Now is to Login & Update the Firmware of your Router. to Know More About 192.168.1.1 Which is Default Ip for Cisco Router Read on Official Cisco Website.

 

thanks

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