10 M Ethernet handoff goes into port 4/20 on VLAN 140 IPADDRESS 172.16.120.1
10 M Ethernet hanoff goes into Port 0/20
interface IP = 172.16.120.2
CDP neighbor shows that both sides see eachother however I am not certain how to get the routing on the 6506 and the 3550 to send data across this link. I just one a static route on each side. So on the 3550 side I was able to do the following:
ip route 172.16.128.0 255.255.252.0 172.16.120.1
That seems to work
The issue, think is in the 6506 which has a very different IOS command structure. When I try to do the similar command on the 6506 only with the set command, I get an error saying the destination host is unreachable.
So that is where I am at. Any ideas on how to get me across to the otherside?
Sounds like you've got a hybrid mode 6500. To do routing, first you'll need to get to the route processor (RP). Do a "show module" and you'll see either an MSFC (usually in slot 15) or an MSM. Depending
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