OK, so I believe this to be a weird issue.
Problem arose with 3 VLAN's not dishing out IP's via DHCP.
Went through a lot of troubleshooting and I realized I can't ping these certain VLAN IP's inside our Cisco 6509.
However, from my desktop I can.. I tried doing a shut/noshut on those VLAN's but still can't ping them internally..
If I assign a DHCP delivered IP to one the VLAN in question is still doesn't go... Any thoughts?
I'm thinking I have to reboot the core... Side story earlier this week we had a fiber issue so we brought up a redundant link with a Nortel switch. (The Nortel was connected with a Cisco and we're mostly a Cisco shop) When the fiber was fixed the primary went back up and we got calls that no one could go anywhere. So no problem I realized a broadcast storm/loop would happen so we unplugged the Nortel from the network and all was well... Could this be an underlying issue with these VLANS? These are the only VLAN's that are /20 others are much smaller.