I currently have a carrier router where I have my VLANs configured and I also have an L2L configured, on the other side I also have a router where I get the L2L To avoid that on this side is the router of the carrier who administers the VLANs, I will remove that router and use an MS250 for me to be the administrator of my VLANs.
Note: within my Network I will only have the MS (I will not have another MS or MX)
My computer has IP 13.255.X.2 for LAN to LAN, on the other side of LAN to LAN has IP 13.255.X.3
Then I have the following configuration on my MS250;
Switch Name Subnet IP VLAN DHCP Setting
Core User 150.X.190.0/24 150.X190.254 190 Server
Core LAN to LAN 13.255.X.0/29 13.255.X.2 15 Off Core Internet 187.X.X192/26 187.X.X.200 120 Off
Switch Name Subnet Next Hop IP Advertise via OSPF Core Default route 0.0.0.0/24 187.X.X.193 No
Core Server 150.X.102.0/24 13.255.X.3
I have in my MS segment 150.X.102.0 / 24 next hop 13.255.X.3 and it is on the other side of the LAN. On the other side of the LAN to LAN have my segment 150.X.190.0 / 24 next hop 13.255.X.2.
So they can be consulted.
Assign a port in trunk mode with VLAN 15 from LAN to LAN, in the port I can see the other side of the LAN to LAN, that is, I can see IP 13.255.X.3 and the other side can also see me IP 13.255.X.2
When I start migrating services on my MS and from the 150.X.190.0 / 24 (user) segment on the other side of the LAN to LAN, they ping, for example, the IP 150.X.190.88 the ping responds but if they ping the IP 150.X.190.133 the ping does not respond and this happens to me with several IP The ping is doing it from segement 150.X.102.0 / 24 on the other side of the LAN to LAN. That could be happening ???? In what am I wrong ??? What configuration am I missing ???