We are using cisco 2501 router.we have conncted the router to two
remote locations.when i am ping from client to remote location server
it is showing reply time is 109ms,147ms,87ms,6ms,7ms like that.What is
the problem.Kindly give me suggestion to rectify the problem.Which is
the correct reply time.
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Re: Ping Reply time Problem
The 3ms to 10ms is where the reply times should be.
On your original question you stated 147ms - 87ms, but with a drop to 6ms-7ms (which is where it should be)
So it sounds like your connection is just re-establishing at start up.
How long do you have the keep alive set for?
How long had the connection been inactive before you pinged it the first time?
What are you using for authentication? 3DES? or something less?
Was the person that programmed your Cisco's certified? (in other words, did he know what he was doing?)
And are you having any connection problems while it is running?
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1. check the status to the router page by logging into the router to see if the router lost connectivity. 2. Pinging an outside address will tell you if you have lost connectivity with the ISP or not. Ping test = Ping www.yahoo.com this is within the router
on my machine. This is only a service provider I believe and not an end website. Have you checked and verified the ip address with the contact organization? Just because you can run a trace route on an ip address does not make accessible.
The cisco could also be blocking the outbound connection at your end.
When you say HQ is that outside on the wan port trying to ping the Lan port?
Sometimes the router itself will respond to a ping but will not pass ping requests thru as the internal firewall can never be fully shutoff unless you are running your cisco switch as a DMZ
also are you connecting your other pc's to the cisco or to the 5890.
Instead of shutting off the firewall completely try enabling bridge mode and give your cisco the outside IP addy.