I have a Cisco router (routerA) at a remote site, which connects point-to-point to the HQ site (routerB), and it needs to communicate to another router (routerC) that is connected at the HQ site. From the CLI in routerA I cannot ping routerC, but from a PC located with routerA, I can open a dos prompt and ping to routerC with no problems. If I do a traceroute from routerA to see where the packets are going as it reaches routerC - I get nothing. But if I do a tracert from the PC, it shows the trace all the way to router C. Why am I not getting any results in routerA, but do in the PCs?
June 16, 2009 3:57 AM
June 16, 2009 11:20 PM