Tuesday, October 12, 2010, 10:41:21 PM, you wrote:
> On 10/12/2010 02:02 PM, Damir Simpovic wrote:
>> /kernel: arp:<insert my outside ip here> is on fxp0 but got reply from 00:21:d8:56:a8:3a on xl0
> You have a network loop. Somehow your outside network is also on your
> inside network. Look for a new Ethernet patch cord.
You were right thanks man. The telco have their switch divided into 3
vlan's; for voice, outside network and their management network. In
the old office I had all the computers plugged into the wall and into
my own switch (ie lan), now I have to use the phone's jack to access
my LAN, but they configured it with the outside network. Since the
switches are cascaded I got both the outside and the inside network in
one broadcast domain. I asked them to add another vlan to their
switch/phones that should solve the problem.
> You need to do a step upgrade as the 1.3x branch is too large to fit in
> the space of the 1.2x branch. You need to upgrade to 1.3b7 (If I
> remember correctly) in between.
I'll do that as soon as i get the loop sorted, thanks for the tip.
>> 2 interfaces (well, 3 but one is not physically connected I just put
>> it there in case i ever needed it so I wouldn't need to take the
>> machine out of the rack and break it apart)
> Planning ahead is against company policy. ;)
It's my own NIC haha :) I sincerely doubt the management would have
seen it my way. This is cheaper on my nerves and easier.
thanks again folks,
Damir Simpovic, ing, CCNA mailto:damir at atus dot hr
A.T.U. Simpovic d.o.o.