So I am having an issue, which I have inherited but believe I connected correctly.
Each VLAN has their own Layer 3 SG300 switch connects to SG500 switch at 192.168.100.4 which is connected to a Sonicwall at 192.168.100.1.
Network 2 (Old Vendor not communicative with their specific routes):
172.28.14.254 gateway and router with an interface LAN1 of 192.168.160.99
Server on 172.28.14.241
What i need is to access 172.28.14.241 from the 192.168.160.0 and 192.168.150.0 networks.
I have a physical line from 192.168.160.0 switch to the Network 2 router at LAN1, the port it is plugged into has a 160 vlan.
I have a static route in the sonicwall that says 172.28.14.0/24 is accessible via gateway 192.168.160.99. Am I missing something? Also, in the 192.168.100.4 switch, I have next route hop to the 160 switch. I am getting a destination net unreachable from the 160 switch. Am i missing a route or interface in that switch?
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