Connecting ethernet ports on Cisco 2811

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Cisco 2811
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I'm a newbie and am using Cisco Packet Tracer. I have two 2811s with a 16 port FE module installed. I have a workstation hanging off each FE module. I cannot ping end to end, but can ping the WAN side of the two routers. I tried setting up static routes and also tried adding the the FE ports to their own VLAN (both on VLAN 10). Any help is appreciated.

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Cisco 2811
ASKED: April 12, 2013  5:23 PM
UPDATED: April 12, 2013  5:36 PM

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  • plizz
    Did u give interface vlan 1 on both routers an IP address? Because all interfaces of the nm-esw-16 module are member of vlan 1. U can see it with command "show vlan-switch brief". The IP address of interface vlan 1 is the gateway IP address of the workstations. Don't forget no shutdown command at interface vlan 1, because it will be still administratively down. Put the interfaces of the nm-esw-16 module is not required.
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  • BlankReg
    Sounds like a routing issue. Each workstation will need the IP of the VLAN on the router as the gateway, and there will need to be routes to the LAN at the far end. Try a ping to the router interfaces of the remote LAN, if this works, then the issue is the gateway config of the workstation. If you can not, then it is a route issue. Post more information if this does not help, and we will se what we can do to help you further.
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