Yes, I messed it upPC1 subnet range is 172.16.0.0 - 172.16.63.255 PC2 subnet range is 172.16.32.0 - 172.16.63.255 Both are on the same subnet.. You will have problems if you use addresses 172.16.0.1 -172.16.31.255..
I do not know of a way to accomplish what you want. I suggest that you do etherchannels with multiple ports between the switchs so, If you loose one port the routers will still talk and both wont go into active with a single failure.
are the ports going into err-disable mode? If so, this also could be caused by errors on the port. Check the speed and duplex settings. If the router with port security enabled see lots of errors it will disable the port.
PC1 subnet range is 172.16.32.0 - 172.16.96.255PC2 subnet range is 172.16.32.0 - 172.16.64.255IP addresses 172.16.35.20 and 172.16.40.25 fall into the ranges of both. As long as both PC's are using 255.255.255.255 as their broadcast address, the ARP...