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TOPIC: HELP!!!

HELP!!! 11 years 3 months ago #21476

ok, to make this short.....

i have A PC and need to connect it to a Cisco Router(router A) Via Ethernet, then i need to another Cisco Router(router B) via Ethernet. Router B is my main router. i can ping from PC to router A but i can not ping from router a to router b and from PC all the way to router B

Re: HELP!!! 11 years 3 months ago #21495

hi,

if possible could you please draw a little diagram .. just lines and names to display the toplogy. Normally you have to place routes in the router that is in between the PC and the Router.

But for accurate response it is best to get a visual or a clearer description.

thanx

Re: HELP!!! 11 years 3 months ago #21496

ok, to make this short.....

i have A PC and need to connect it to a Cisco Router(router A) Via Ethernet, then i need to another Cisco Router(router B) via Ethernet. Router B is my main router. i can ping from PC to router A but i can not ping from router a to router b and from PC all the way to router B


Please post more information. IPs/Subnets, a diagram, the router configs, etc.

There is no way to tell whats wrong with the information you have given.

Re: HELP!!! 11 years 3 months ago #21499

for hardware: check the interface lights, jacks
for configuration: check ip address, routing protocol (if they are not in same subnet)
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