IEOC - INE's Online Community

Welcome to INE's Online Community - IEOC - a place for CCIE and CCENT candidates to connect, share, and learn. Our Online Community features CCIE forums and discussions for all tracks including Routing & Switching, Voice, Security, Service Provider, Wireless,, and Storage. Through these online communities you can discuss your questions with thousands of your peers, hundreds of CCIE's and INE's own team of world renowned CCIE instructors and authors, Brian Dennis - Quintuple CCIE #2210, Brian McGahan – Triple CCIE #8593, Petr Lapukhov - Quad CCIE #16379, and Mark Snow - Dual CCIE #14073.
All Tags » Trunking (RSS)

Browse Forum Posts by Tags

Showing related tags and posts for the CCNA forum. See all tags in the site

    bengood24 Yes, all ports are up. The PC's are on the same switch. It appears no traffic crossing the switch from PC2. Thanks for pointing out about the port/int status. They were up but no luck. However, with that suggestion, it pointed me in another direction. I moved connection from Fa1/2 to fa1...
    Posted to CCNA (Forum) by ibmufa on 03-05-2015

    bengood24 The routers can ping each other on both subnets. I reconfigured the IP address of PC2 on fa0/0 instead - no change. I changed the default-gateway to .1 instead of the virtual of .4 as be4 -still no change.
    Posted to CCNA (Forum) by ibmufa on 03-05-2015

    JoeM, tthanks for commenting!! This is what is happenning. When I start pings to PC2 from R2 I see a broadcast arp for PC2's on the trunk link between SW1 & SW2. I want to see why there is no response from PC2. I would expet SW2 to rebroadcast the arp and then get response from PC2. Note that...
    Posted to CCNA (Forum) by ibmufa on 03-05-2015
  • regarding tagging

    Hi All, Can anyone explain where exactly tagging happens.Is it on the trunk port when the frame exits the switch? How does trunk identifies that this particular frame is from vlanx and then it tags dot1q tag? Since ethernet frame doesnot contain any vlan tag when it leaves the switch? how does trunk...
    Posted to CCNA (Forum) by ciscoash on 01-18-2013
Page 1 of 1 (4 items)
IEOC CCIE Forums Internetwork Expert CCIE Training
About IEOC | Terms of Use | RSS | Privacy Policy
© 2010 Internetwork Expert, Inc. All Rights Reserved