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Old 03-05-2012
Lack of IP Connectivity

Hi

Can any one please help identify the issue in scenario 2:

Connectivity Diagram:
1) Distribution Switch----Int_Switch----LabSwitch(Fa1/0)----Terminal Ser
2) Distribution Swtich----Int_Swtich----LabSwitch(Fa2/0)----3640 Router

---all links are access links

Distribution Switch (int vlan 10 = 10.1.96.251/26)
Int_Switch (int vlan 10 = 10.1.96.196/26)
LabSwitch (int vlan 10 = 10.1.96.234/26)
Termial Ser (Int Eth0 = 10.1.96.254/26)
3640 Router (int Fa1/0 = 10.1.96.245/26)

Scenario1: I could able to successfully ping/telent Termianal server from my pc.

Scenario2: Can able to ping Distribution switch ip from 3640 router and vice versa. But cannot able to ping/telnet from my pc. I have also confiured a default router on router as 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.1.96.251 but still cannot able to ping. i have a default-gate 10.1.96.251 configured.

Can any one please help in scenario2, if I am missing some thing.

Thanks in advance.

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Linux::Distribution(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				  Linux::Distribution(3pm)

NAME
Linux::Distribution - Perl extension to detect on which Linux distribution we are running. SYNOPSIS
use Linux::Distribution qw(distribution_name distribution_version); if(my $distro = distribution_name) { my $version = distribution_version(); print "you are running $distro, version $version "; } else { print "distribution unknown "; } Or else do it OO: use Linux::Distribution qw(distribution_name distribution_version); my $linux = Linux::Distribution->new; if(my $distro = $linux->distribution_name()) { my $version = $linux->distribution_version(); print "you are running $distro, version $version "; } else { print "distribution unknown "; } DESCRIPTION
This is a simple module that tries to guess on what linux distribution we are running by looking for release's files in /etc. It now looks for 'lsb-release' first as that should be the most correct and adds ubuntu support. Secondly, it will look for the distro specific files. It currently recognizes slackware, debian, suse, fedora, redhat, turbolinux, yellowdog, knoppix, mandrake, conectiva, immunix, tinysofa, va-linux, trustix, adamantix, yoper, arch-linux, libranet, gentoo, ubuntu, scientific, oracle enterprise linux and redflag. It has function to get the version for debian, suse, fedora, redhat, gentoo, slackware, scientific, oracle enterprise linux, redflag and ubuntu(lsb). People running unsupported distro's are greatly encouraged to submit patches :-) EXPORT None by default. TODO
Add the capability of recognize the version of the distribution for all recognized distributions. AUTHORS
Alexandr Ciornii <alexchorny@gmail.com>, <http://chorny.net> Alberto Re, <alberto@accidia.net> Judith Lebzelter, <judith@osdl.org> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.5 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available. perl v5.14.2 2012-03-18 Linux::Distribution(3pm)

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