I'm working on a little OSPF setup in my lab and having a problem pinging out to the internet.I have a setup with (3) 3550's running ip routing. I'm configuring OSPF but I can't ping the internet from any L3 switch except the switch with the actual uplink to the internet.[code] From SW2 and SW3, I can ping SW1 on all IPs (192.168.1.90, 10.10.10.1, 10.10.10.5) but I can't ping 192.168.1.1 which is my gateway to the internet.
Looking through the SPROUTE course material they state on several occasions that an ABR will announce a default route in to a standard NSSA area, same as a stub area, because LSA5 external routes are not allowed.
I have a network with static routes witch I need to convert to OSPF.Never used OSPF, and do not have much experience in routing in general.The netvork is connected via some fiber links, but moastly wireless bridges.I have attached a drawing of how the network is.Routers are 3550, 3560 and 3750s.Each router is on a different physical site.
Have a 1921 that has 3 eth connections (1 LAN, and 2 WAN) - I have 2 seperate OSPF processes (2 areas) on the WAN Ints - both upstream WAN's are sending defaults back to the 1921, and the 1921 is sending it's LAN range to them.
I have ip ospf cost 150 set on the "failover" WAN connection interface (Both on the 1921 and upstream), but the 1921 is preferring the default route from the "failover"?
The default routes are both being received by the 1921, but it's preferring the "failover" Int with the ip ospf cost 150 configured?
We have a 14 offfice MPLS network. All offices have Cisco 3750s running OSPF which replicate route tables via our providers BGP peers. I am introducing a new network in our SF office which is not directly connected so in SF we have a static route "ip route 172.16.20.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.100.1. I want our other offices to learn this route route via OSPF so that they know how to get to the new network. My problem is that of course remote sites do not see our static routes and i have tried to add this via ospf but the switch will not propagate this route because it is not directly connected to the switch in SF.
router ospf 1 log-adjacency-changes network 10.2.0.0 0.0.0.255 area 18.104.22.168
I have a Catalyst switch that is redistributing some static routes into OSPF. These are received on a Nexus 7K and appear in the database however the 7K does not add them to its routing table, one of the routes is ignored and not added. I haven't got a clue why this is happening.
The routes on the Catalyst are as follows with ID of 172.30.255.22:
ip route 172.24.59.0 255.255.255.0 10.56.7.46 ip route 192.168.168.0 255.255.255.0 10.56.7.62
I have cisco switch 3550 IOS Version 12.1(19)EA1c.
I can configure route-map commands on that. but i can not apply that into any vlan interface. while i try to apply the following command ( ip policy route-map PBR) on VLAN int i get an error msg saying that the command is not recognized.
Ok I didn't setup my OSPF on my 7010. Today I found out that any static route I put into my 7010 gets sent into to my MPLS network. My 6509's you have to "Tag" the static rout for this to happen. Was under the impression the same was necessary for the 7010 or at least it had to "match" an access list. How can I fix the below so that by default all static routes are not resdistributed into OSPF? [CODE]...
I'm currently working on a plan to migrate our 6500's over to our new 7010's. At the time of the migration I want to tighten up our OSPF design and configure OSPF for "passive-interface default" then allow only those interfaces that should have OSPF neighbors to send the hellos. The issue is that the command is not showing up under the OSPF process. What's even more interesting is that the Nexus 5.x Unicast Routing Configuration Guide shows that the "passive-interface default" command should be an option to enter.
I'm currently running version 5.1(4) (though looking to upgrade to 5.2 during my migration testing). I would rather configure the passive-interface via the routing process versus having to enter it on every interface.
I have a MPLS cloud in our data center. I want one network coming into our core router to have a different default route than the other networks coming in. I'm getting hits on the acl but the route isn't applied and goes to the default route that is configured in the router. I have other PBR for setting local-preferences and as-paths and they are working fine.
The router is a 7206 Version 12.4(11)T3
! ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 22.214.171.124 ! ip access-list extended 2nd_Default_Route
I have a Cisco 2960 ( WS-C2960-8TC-S) running 12.2(46)SE C2960-LANLITEK9-M image.I would like to set an ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 126.96.36.199 but the current image does not allow.Will ip default-gateway 188.8.131.52 work or do I need ip routing ?The ISP has provided a /30 address and we are using an additional /29 for our network devices. I dont think this image can be upgraded. I need to forward routes directly out to ISP. [code]
I have a 3750 at a branch running EIGRP connected to two routers that both have configured:
access-list 1 deny 0.0.0.0 access-list 1 permit any access-list 2 permit 0.0.0.0 access-list 2 deny any
router eigrp 1distribute-list 1 out FastEthernet0/0distribute-list 2 in FastEthernet0/0
Due to this recently applied config the switch become unreachable from the outside and cannot ping anything. Everything connected to it works fine. I was able to remote into it from a switch behind it and noticed that the 3750 has no default route in the routing table. I do see a default route in the eigrp topology table. How to make the switch learn a default route maintaining the existing configuration on the routers.
I just got my Cisco SG300 28, but I have some problems getting the routing to work. I get the vlans to get to the router, with the default route. But not getting them to talk with each other. I can ping the IPs from the cisco, but I am not getting traffic to go from vlan 1 to vlan 2. When I try to google, it say that it should do it automatically, and I found no setting for it. It looks like it not creating any route for the interfaces.
Cannot set route map on interface vlan. which in non default vrf on Cisco 3750.IOS c3750-ipservicesk9-mz.122-55.SE.bin sdm prefer route in enable ip vrf users rd 200:0 route-target export 200:0 route-target import 200:0 interface Vlan201 description Users 1 ip vrf forwarding users ip address 10.31.76.1 255.255.252.0 ip helper-address 10.31.4.57 route-map fromuser permit 10 match ip address fromuser set ip next-hop 10.31.128.155 When I enter "ip policy route-map fromuser" to interface Vlan 201 I heve the message:
% Remove VRF configuration from interface Vlan201 first
Recently we observed that newly installed WS-C3560CG-8PC access switches are able to communicate without a default route or default gateway.The 3650 switches are used as a layer2 access switch behind a layer3 distribution/core. They have only the management VLAN configured for IP with a single address.
The ARP table looks like there is an implicit proxy-ARP request sent for any IP address.
We definitely have no configuration whatsoever which would explain this.
Is this a new feature? We don't observe that with the older 2960-series...
Here is a brief trace of what's happening (debug arp):
host41#ping 184.108.40.206 Type escape sequence to abort.
Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 220.127.116.11, timeout is 2 seconds:
Sep 20 14:44:06.706: IP ARP: sent req src 10.1.8.41 1833.9dc9.wxyz, dst 18.104.22.168 0000.0000.0000 Vlan1 Sep 20 14:44:06.711: IP ARP: rcvd rep src 22.214.171.124 2c54.2dd3.wxyz, dst 10.1.8.41 Vlan1..
The mac address if of course the mac address of the layer 3 interfaces of the distribution switch, no surprise here (proxy ARP is turned on by default).
Why is the 3560 sending out proxy arp requests without being told to? As far as I understood proxy ARP on Cisco IOS it only means it will reply to a proxy ARP request but will not send out proxy ARP requests by default.
I have 2 ASBR routers, AGFR01RTR03 and AGFR02RTR03, performing OSPF to OSPF redistribution in both ways for the same ***. They also do summarization for our private addressing scheme. It is all working just fine for that part (neighbors, summarization, redistribution).
Let's focus on AGDC01RTR01 with a specific entry here (IP subnet is fake) :
Routing entry for 126.96.36.199/25 Known via "ospf 1000", distance 110, metric 300, type inter area Last update from 10.2.244.76 on GigabitEthernet5/1, 1d03h ago Routing Descriptor Blocks: * 10.2.244.76, from 10.2.1.249, 1d03h ago, via GigabitEthernet5/1 Route metric is 300, traffic share count is 1
I have a 3560G and an ASA FW, for which I am trying to use PBR to append the next hop. The gateway is the switch VLAN address and the amended net hop is the same VLAN interface on the ASA. Trouble is, I can ping the FW from a client, but not the switch. If I remove the route map, I can ping both. Even more strange is this is the case for some VLANs, but not all!
HOST ON VLAN 96 IP 10.11.120.99 S/M 255.255.255.240
A check out a network segment and want to know why SwA has a static route to SwB if SwA already has a Default GW to Core?
(SwA, SwB - Catalyst3560, Core - Catalyst4948)Note, there are distribute list on SwA - it does not has any OSPF route (exclude O*IA).
Does this mean when SwA send out packet with DA 10.5.64.0/26, Core will use only L2 switching (instead of L3)? Is this more effectively for Core Switch?
Pleace check my reasoning: 1. When use a static route: SwA receive packet from Vlan 20 with DA 10.5.64.0/26 it will strip out Dest. MAC and replace it with MAC of SwB. Core will switch this packet to SwB based on mac add. table (l2 switching)
2. When SwA has only Default gateway and receive packet from Vlan20 with DA 10.5.64.0/26 it replace Dest. MAC with Core MAC. Core receive this packet, lookup route table for 10.5.64.0 entry and forward packet base on this.
I am using 3550 with c3550-ipservicesk9-mz.122-44.SE6.bin. Have successfully run ipv6 commands on global and interface, however getting below error while configuring "ipv6 router ospf 1" :SW1(config)#ipv6 router ospf 1 % Failed to create routing protocol ospf
Command syntax help says its configurable but its not configuring ipv6 OSPF.
I've enabled antispoof on all interfaces on asa 5510.If you start a traceroute to a network on the default route, everything works, since replies comes to an interface with route 0.0.0.0/0 defined.If you start a tracer route to a network that is NOT on the default route (let's assume coporate MPLS), you only get response from first carrier router, the other are discarded because of anti spoof violation.
I have ICMP inspection and icmp-error inspection enabled.
I have a question about filtering incoming bgp route updates from an internet provider. This provider sends the full internet routing table and default route and on an incoming prefix-filter on the customer switch (C6509-sup720) the default route is only accepted.What happens on the 6509 switch when the BGP peer flaps?Does it need to process all the internet routing updates, and if yes probably it cannot handle all these updates?What happens with the CEF table, will the switch install the routes first?
why a subnet wouldn't be passed on to just one participating OSPF device?
I have two routers and an ASA, all of which are in area 0, it's a pretty simple config. The two routers are connected to some other devices (also in area 0) that pass of an external route to a particular subnet, let's call it 192.168.4.0. The routers are getting it just fine, but the ASA is not:
Cisco device is neighbored up with a Brocade device via OSPF, and the desired routes are present.This Brocade device is neighbored up with another Brocade device via OSPF over a GRE tunnel. I am not seeing the desired routes present.What kinds of things can I look at to determine the issue? I think I've viewed the OSPF topology database (I'm not that familiar with Brocade) with the show ip ospf routes command and I'm not seeing the desired routes there either.There is no form of route filtering in place. I'll double check, but I do not believe there is any stub routing going on either.
I want to filter down the routes so only a set of specific routes is redistributed.. we have done this in the past with EIGRP by doing a route-map / prefix-list to manage the routes passed into EIGRP.My question is I can replicate the metric and the metric-type in the route-map by doing the following: [code] Do I need to be concerned witht the "subnets" command in this design? What I understand "Subnets".When redistributing routes into OSPF, only routes that are not subnetted are redistributed if the subnets keyword is not specified. I suspect I need to add it! So my final code should look like this..
I m using ospf between HO and Branches for two links. branch router are 2811 and HO router 3845. when i enable ospf at branch i get all branch route like HO router and a default route. My requirement is each branch get only HO but no other branch. I have no default route.
I attached show ip route status for a branch router.. Why default route comes and why all branch's route come ?
I have an MPLS router that connects to the core network.This router distributes (per route maps) routes from OSPF into BGP and from BGP into OSPF.The OSPF Process conencts a 6509 to the 7206 MPLS router. There are some routes in the OSPF process that I have filtered out of the 6509. They do not show up inthe 6509 at all and this is the only way they can be getting into the 7206.Checking the 6509 database, this route is gone, but it stays in the 7206 until I clear the route manually. The result is the route still gets distributed into MPLS. [code]
One thing to note, there are two possible OSPF paths the route gets into OSPF, one of them, the route is filtered with distribute-list on the 6509, which means it is still in the database, so it is still in the 7206 database, and still get distributed into BGP on the 7206, correct?
I have a Cisco 2620XM Router, running ver. 12.2 (7r). I have OSPF connected, however the OSPF routes are not populating in the sh ip route display. The neighbor relationship is established. The sh ip ospf database does display the other routers running ospf, however only connected (C) and static (S) routes appear.
We are setting up a test lab in our DMZ. The path to the internet is basically like this. Anything past the firewall is irrelevant. For this lab lets assume it is vlan 300.
LAB SW ---> DMZ-SW ---> ASA FW ---> INTERNET LAB IP Range = 172.16.300.0 /24 GW = 172.16.300.1 (On FW int) Trunked all the way through.
I have an int vlan set up on the LAB SW. It is being trunked to DMZ SW. DMZ trunks it to ASA FW where there is a failover with a redundant switch.On the ASA the interface 0/2 is a subinterface 0/2.300 being used as the default gateway.
I have DHCP running in a specific range on the LAB SW and do get an ip address when plugged in. I cannot ping the default gateway on the ASA FW.The GW is defined using default-router command for 172.16.300.1 i.e. default-router 172.16.300.1?
We are running ospf on the firewall. There appears to be a pattern with ospf and a similar subnet setup elsewhere. I was wondering based off of this info would configuring ospf for 172.16.300.0/24 allow me to ping the GW from a client on the LAB SW.Secondly. I trunked 300 on the DMZ SW but I didnt add the vlan to the configuration. i.e. conf t <enter> vlan 300 <enter> Does this really matter? Or is having the vlan in the configuration only pertain to access mode on interfaces?
We have 2 sites, each with 2 x 4506 switches which will be connected togther using an etherchannel. The switches will provide access ports for client devices and will be configured with HSRP to provide gateway redundancy. SW1 will be HSRP active.2 metro ethernet links will be installed in each site which will connect back to our HQ sites. OSPF will be used over the backbone to provide resiliency and to allow shortest path routing to each HQ and to prevent traffic over the HQ to HQ link.
The 4506 will be trunked togther with an SVI for providing OSFP adjacency.For the traffic flow from SW2 to HQ2, traffic will hit SW1 and then route back to SW2 and then to HQ2. Is this the best way to do this? Should a second link be connected between switches just for routing or should something like GLBP be used?