how to communicate to servers on different vlan, PC's not able to reach destination
Posted on 2014-04-25
Have 5 routers in various locations on network - servers are in this building on vlan 430 192.168.30.x/26 Am just setting up...tryiing to get domain services. Router in this building has vlan 418 192.168.18.x/24 for client access. Running in a vrf environment, all pertinent rtr config to do with the vrf is config'd. Can ping vrf VRFNAME all over the place on the routers, just nothing happening on the PC's.
PC's receive ip from dhcp on router, incl the 192.168.30.20 dns server ip, show the correct domain, but cannot access any server services such as email, shared network drives, etc.
Switch that has the server  connections, and also the 418 vlan ports has int 1 trunked with both going to router g0/0/0 L2 connection.
Switch and routers can ping both ways the vlan 430 and the 418 IP, including the DNS server in the 430 network.
PC cannot ping DNS server or or switch on the 430 network. But can ping the router .30.X IP
PC can ping the vlan 418 IP's on the switch and routers.
What could I be missing? Will send copyies of any info required, just did not want to send it right now - wait until you tell me what may be required so that there is not attachement overload. Am at my wits end, not that experienced in routing so would appreciate any help. Am on a deadline too. Thanks in advance. R