• Ronnie Wong

    @mike-smith-0,

    Take a look at your NAT rules. Check to see if you've also allowed for UDP to be NATed as well. TCP traffic may have been NATed but DNS (UDP) may not be NATed. This sould similar to the issue that you're having. Begin there.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @michael-mckenney,

    Directly connected routes normally don't show up in that router's table using routing protocols. They are in the routing table because they are directly connected. So you'll not able to affect it for that router easily.

    You can redistribute connected into OSPF and/or EIGRP with a different metric than the default seed metric....possibly. I'm not sure if this would affect the connected router or just the downstream router though...I haven't tested it yet.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @mike-smith-0,

    On a host, are you getting your IP information from DHCP? If so verify that the default gateway on the host matches the one you have setup in pfSense as the gateway for your LAN (Specified Range).

    Are you using pfSense as your DNS Forwarder and/or Resolver? Do you have a different DNS server configured for each gateway?

    Just trying to isolate where your issue may be occuring.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @waqkas-ahmed,

    is this happening for just you or for your domain clients as well?

    Test the client with flushing the dns cache.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @michael-mckenney,

    We're reshooting them all to keep them "fresh" and preparing for the day when Cisco decides to update the exam objectives!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @michael-mckenney,

    Ok. I had a chance to setup your topology in my lab. I only changed the interfaces to all gig ports (0/0, 1/0).

    At first, when I setup the topology, I wasn't getting pings across the tunnel.

    1. I had to redistribute the static routes into the ipv6 router ospf 1
    2. I was silly and forgot to do a no shutdown on the active interfaces.
    3. Once everything was up, I could see the routes to the other side in my R3 and R4.
    4. I was able to ping once the routes showed up there.

    Let me know if you want to see my configs, just email me ronnie@itpro.tv. I'll send a copy of each router config.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @michael-mckenney,

    I'll have setup my lab and do some testing on my end to see what additional issue may be causing this...

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @duncan-lawson238,

    Sorry it's been a while since was able to reply. I was able to talk to Don about this for just a brief time. Currently, even though it's requested he doesn't see it making our schedule above the other more highly requested content.

    I wanted to let you when I found something out.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @michael-mckenney,

    I'm stumped as to why it's not working with the pings... I'm going to have to go with the "reboot the router" at this point. If the links you have on your sim page is accurate, then it looks like it should be working.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @michael-mckenney ,

    glad you're a member as well. It takes us a little time but this week I'm preparing for a reshoot of our CCENT show so I'm a little more available than normal.

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