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5520 routing problem from 2003

5520 routing problem from 2003

5520 routing problem from 2003

I've started using the layer3 functionality on a stack of 5520 switches. The setup at the moment is quite simple.
I have a subnet on vlan1 with the range the switch has the ip address on vlan1 all the problem computers are in this vlan
vlan60 is connected to the Internet firewall, this vlan is the switch has ip on this subnet, the firewall is

servers on the 36.0 range have their default gateway set to, the switch has a default route to

I am having a problem accessing the Internet with several servers running server 2003, servers running Linux and server 2008 seem unaffected. If I log onto one of the servers and try to ping an address on the Internet ( I get time outs, the same thing is true if I ping the firewall ( If I look at the arp table I can see the switch address with the correct MAC ( If I ping the switch address I get replies, as soon as I ping the switch address Internet connectivity is restored and I can ping the Internet and the firewall. If the server is left and doesn't access the Internet for a period of time the connection stops working and I'm back where I started.

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