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linux request time out to local interface

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local interface, 192.168.10.10

virtual network 1, 192.168.20.0/24
virtual network 2, 192.168.30.0/24
virtual network 3, 192.168.40.0/24
virtual network 4, 192.168.50.0/24
virtual network 5, 192.168.60.0/24

from any ip from range of 192.168.10.0/24 i can ping to 192.168.10.10 without any problem

but from any virtual network ranges, i get request time out often to 192.168.10.10

any idea what the problem might be?
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by:ai_ja_nai
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are you using something like xen? Have you configured the bridge correctly? I belive your VIF are natted and can't see the external network. Provide more details on system, please
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by:ammadeyy2020
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im using a cisco router routing and L2 cisco switch for vlan

LAN1, Firewall, 192.168.10.0/24
LAN2, DMZ        192.168.20.0/24
LAN3                 192.168.30.0/24

like that i have 8 vlans

instead of linux firewall, if i use microsoft ISA, i dont have any time out issues
but this linux box givin time out
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by:ai_ja_nai
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what are your iptables rules?
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by:ammadeyy2020
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i tested this way

from PC1 192.168.50.50/24   i get time out to 192.168.10.10

at the same time i ping from PC2 192.168.20.20 to 192.168.10.10, i get time outs

meaning PC1 and PC2 does get time outs, but time varies
if PC1 get time outs, PC2 dont
if PC2 get time outs, PC1 doesnt
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by:gheist
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Use traceroute. Whan you get timeout request actually left your machine so it disappeared somewhere else.
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by:ammadeyy2020
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192.168.50.50, gateway, 192.168.50.1

192.168.50.50 is vlan sub interface on router
192.168.50.80 is vlan on linux, (from my knowledge only way to add different network ranges to linux is by adding vlan)

if i tracert to internet, it goes to
192.168.50.1
192.168.50.80
then it goes to internet

also i found that to tracert between local network eg between 192.168.50.1 & 192.168.50.80 it slow, but when it goes to internet its fast
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You are missing reverse DNS records for your hosts. That makes tracert slow. You have to set up in-addr.arpa zones for your private subnets, or live with 5-30s timeout for your internal tracert without -n parameter.
No low-lever issue at all. Could be ISA does that automatically...
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