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static routes

static routes

RE: static routes

Try pinging router3 from router1: what ip address are you trying to ping? Does Router1 have this IP in its routing table?

RE: static routes

Cant ping Router 3 from Router 1. I am trying to ping which is F0/0 on router 1 from router 3. Router 1 is just there representing an inside interface of a FW.

RE: static routes

unless im blind, R1 has no routes to any other subnet. so it will only know about
so even if anything comes back to R3 , R1 wouldn't know where to send back.

R2 doesn't actually need any routes in this situation since it knows both about R1 and R3

R3 routing table looks like it should work. ..

so either add a default route to R1 .. or add the correct route..


We must go always forward, not backward
always up, not down and always twirling twirling towards infinity.

RE: static routes

can you explain what you mean about the correct route?

RE: static routes

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We must go always forward, not backward
always up, not down and always twirling twirling towards infinity.

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