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Need help on my network... 6 years 10 months ago #33470

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Hi, i'm just new to this CISCO. I'm trying to configure my 1st network which is:

Did all the subnetting to the ip class: 192.168.0.0/24

4 routers (ring topology):
192.168.0.24/30 - router 1
192.168.0.28/30 - router 2
192.168.0.32/30 - router 3
192.168.0.36/30 - router 4

Network A:
192.168.0.1/28
- connected to router 1
- connected to switch A
Network B:

192.168.0.16/29
- connected to router 3
- connected to switch B

I have already configured but it's not working. I can do pings on the same network. But when i try to ping a host on the other network is not working. any ideas that i need to check with my configuration? thanks.
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Re: Need help on my network... 6 years 10 months ago #33471

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Your going to need to provide more information.

I would start by putting the results of show run in for each node into a paste bin.


In the mean time here is a good example of how to configure the most common routing protocols.

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Re: Need help on my network... 6 years 9 months ago #33616

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what you need to do is tell the router how to reach the host connected to another router.

you do this by configuring either a static route or any routing protocol you know.

I suggest you read more about default gateways, static routes or dynamic routes.
hope this helps abit.
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