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VLAN Routing Dell Powerconnect 6224

Posted on 2014-03-16
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I having issues routing traffic between VLANs on my Dell PowerConnect 6224.  Attached is the config file.  

I have 3 VLANS 1, 101 & 102
VLAN 1 IP 192.168.1.251/24 (I have followed steps from http://www.dell.com/support/troubleshooting/us/en/19/kcs/kcsarticles/articleview?docid=628735)
VLAN 101 IP 192.168.128.1/24
VLAN 102 IP 192.168.102.1/24

VLAN 1 Host 192.168.1.150
VLAN 102 Host IP 192.168.128.101

I am trying to route traffic between VLAN 1 and VLAN 101.  I can ping VLAN 101's interface ip address from VLAN 1, however I am unable to ping host 192.168.128.101 from VLAN 1.  

If I move VLAN1 host 192.168.1.150 to VLAN 101 and change IP to same subnet range (192.168.128.150) I can successfully ping Host 192.168.128.101.

Any ideas on what I am doing wrong?
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by:Schuyler Dorsey
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I do not initially see an issue with the config. Did you confirm it wasn't some software blocking the pings on the server itself? E.g. if you are using Symantec, it may have some vlans tagged as trusted and not others.
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Even with Symantec disabled I still cannot pint the hosts
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According to your original post,

VLAN 101 IP 192.168.128.1/24
VLAN 102 Host IP 192.168.128.101

That would put that host in the incorrect vlan for the IP range it is configured in. Or is that a typo?
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Sorry that's a typo that host 192.168.128.101 is in VLAN 101
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by:Schuyler Dorsey
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On that host, what is the result of trying to ping its default gateway of 192.168.128.1? Can you verify that host has its subnet mask configured to 255.255.255.0?
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I have confirmed that the host has its subnet mask configured to 255.255.255.0
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what is the result of trying to ping its default gateway of 192.168.128.1 from that host 192.168.128.101?
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I feel stupid... Default gateway was not set on the host.
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:)
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Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!
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Pointed me in the right direction!
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