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i have a DC set up on vmware. my dc can ping and telnet into my cisco router and switch.
i have computers on the network. all of the computers can ping and telnet into the router and switch and can access the DC remotely through terminal services.
i have one computer that can access the file server on the DC and only while i am connected through terminal services. this is also the only computer that can ping the DC
none of my other computers can access the file server on the dc or ping the dc

i am totaly confused and concidering the mess i just wrote above i think i have to be doing some of my troubleshooting wrong.
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by:Justin Malone
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i can ping the computer that vmware is running on with my computer but not with other computers witch to me meens that it has nothing to do with vmware here is kind of a layout of my network
i have tried debuging my routers but i am not getting any messages back. i think its because i am connected via telnet and im almost positive there is a command i need to run to see the debuging output.
also to limit confusion there is only 1 2610 and only 1 2900xl router and switch
i am also attaching the routerconfig if needed i will add the switch config as well.

Satlite internet (not yet configured)
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Cisco catalyst 2900 xl (f0/2) Vlan0
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Cisco 2610 e0/0.1
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Cisco 2610 e0/0.2
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Cisco catalyst 2900 xl (f0/3-24)
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6 Linksys WRT54G Wireless routers dhcp disabled catalyst switch pluged into the 4 switchports only (the wan port on the linksys routers not used)
putty.log
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forgot to mention... the DC is connected directly to the switch on port 24 and my computer is connected to one of the linksys routers. it dossent matter witch linksys router the computers are connected to the results are the same.
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i messed up the config and gave the dc the wrong ip address. stupid simple awnser. thats basicly the simple awnser.
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