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First let me start off with what Im trying to do.

1.Using a Cisco 2600 router and trying to make 2 different networks ping each other

2. Fe0/0 is set to a 10.x.x.x network address

3. Fe0/1 is set to a 192.x.x.x network address

4. Desktop is connected to fe0/0 and I have statically assigned it the next possible host address in the 10.x.x.x network

5. Laptop is assigned the next address in the 192.x.x.x network, and is connected to fe0/1

6. Router can ping the desktop and vice versa

7. Router can ping the laptop and vice versa

How do I make it that its possible that the desktop can ping the laptop and vice versa?

Thanks in advance!! :smiley:

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oh ok, i thought 2 networks 2 routers. o well.

are they both on the same subnet and dns?

Yea..it would have been much easier that way..or if I had a few switches in between...but this is where the catch comes in i guess :lol:

As for the subnets...they specified different ones

the 10.x.x.x is /24

and the 192.x.x.x is /30

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Yup...had done that too...so IPs were right..the route was correct...but "I" had to put in some strange gateway address in both machines that had nothing to do with how I set up the router :haha: :haha: :uglystupid2:

Besides that....now I need help with an access-list that I have to create...its been sooo long since I worked with one that I keep on doing something wrong.

The goal is to have the desktop be able to ping the laptop...but the laptop cannot be able to ping the desktop...all through an access list.

I have started on it...but I think Im messing up with the mask section :undecided:

PS..is it just me....or does it look like I need grammatical help in the last few sentences :haha:

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