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Can Ping everything on subnet apart from Avaya IP Office

Can Ping everything on subnet apart from Avaya IP Office

Can Ping everything on subnet apart from Avaya IP Office

(OP)
Hi All,

I have a Voice subnet (10.0.200.0/24) and a PC Subnet (10.0.100.0/24) - both with gateway .1
My IP Office is on 10.0.200.11
My PC is on IP 10.0.100.135

All the phones are working, and I can ping them all from my PCs subnet. The only device I cannot ping is the IP office.

The IP Route in the IP Office is 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 --- Gateway 10.0.200.1 -- LAN1 (LAN2 is not used)
I have even tried a static route 10.0.100.0/255.255.255.0 --- Gateway 10.0.200.1 -- LAN1 with no luck.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance, J

RE: Can Ping everything on subnet apart from Avaya IP Office

I would put your PC on the same subnet as the phone system.

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RE: Can Ping everything on subnet apart from Avaya IP Office

(OP)
I have my PC configured with two IPs one on the PC subnet and one on the Voice Subnet in-order to access the Avaya. But this is far from ideal.

RE: Can Ping everything on subnet apart from Avaya IP Office

you router does not know how to reach 10.0.200.x
I would also seriosly consider using both lans on the IPO
1 on the voice subnet & one on the Data subnet to make these things easier


Do things on the cheap & it will cost you dear

RE: Can Ping everything on subnet apart from Avaya IP Office

(OP)
LAN 1 = Is going to my Router/Firewall.
All the firewall/routing settings are correct there (or I wouldn't be able to ping the other devices).

LAN 2 = This is going directly to the ISPs SIP trunk router.

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