Multi-Hop Routing

Hi,

we do have a setup which looks like this:

M300 Cluster / Office1
IP:10.161.66.1
10.161.1.0/24 LAN

<>
MPLS
IP:10.168.1.2
<----->
MPLS
IP:10.169.2.2
<>

M200 / Office2
10.181.0.254
10.181.1.0/24 LAN

<>
192.168.182.81
BOVPNVif
<---- BOVPN---->
192.168.182.82
BOVPNVif
<>

M200 / Office3
10.182.0.254
10.182.1.0/24 LAN

I am able to ping the Office3 GW from Office 1. But i cannot ping any Client of Office 3.

Diagnosis:

Ping:
PC (Office 3 - 10.182.0.100) to GW Office 1 (10.161.66.1) working
PC (Office 3 - 10.182.0.100) to GW Office 2 (10.181.0.254) working

PC (Office 1 - 10.161.0.100) to GW Office 2 (10.181.0.254) working
PC (Office 1- 10.161.0.100) to GW Office 3 (10.182.0.254) working

GW3 (Office3 - 10.182.0.254) to PC (Office 1- 10.161.0.100) not working
GW3 (Office3 - 10.182.0.254) to PC (Office 1- 10.161.0.100) not working

Routes Office3
10.181.0.0/16 BOVPNVif
10.161.0.0/16 BOVPNVif

Routes Office2
10.182.0.0/16 BOVPNVif
10.161.0.0/16 GW:10.169.2.2

Routes Office1
10.182.0.0/16 GW:10.168.1.2
10.169.2.0/30 GW:10.168.1.2

Traceroute (PC Office3 to PC Office1):

1 1ms 1ms 1ms bogo (10.182.1.254
2 33ms 33ms 33ms 153.x.x.x (external IP of Office 2)
3 * * * request time out

traceroute on PC in Office 3 to PC in Office 1:

1 1ms 1ms 1ms bogo (10.182.1.254
2 33ms 33ms 33ms 153.x.x.x 10.181.0.254

Current Request: Connect to Office 1 or 2 Office from Office 3 and vice versa.

Where did i got my mistake? As far as i can understand the routing tables should work like suggested.

Comments

  • Routes Office 1:
    . I don't see a Route to Office 3
    . I don't see the need for 10.169.2.0/30 GW:10.168.1.2

  • Thanks!

    Route to Office 3 was a typo. changend it:
    10.182.0.0/16 GW:10.168.1.2

    The 169 route should be required for MPLS.

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