I currently have a problem that I cannot solve. Since I have little experience with the Vyatta, I hope you can help me.
My company inherited a branch. There is a very old Vyatta VC6.5R1
There is network 192.168.0.x for users with VLAN 1. The management network has 192.168.9.x with VLAN 9
After a power failure (switches were unfortunately not on a UPS) I now have two switches, which can no longer be reached via ping.
If I ping from the 192.168.0.x network switches in the 192.168.9.x network, it works fine. 192.168.9.1 - 192.168.9.12 can ping except for the switches 192.168.9.2 and 192.168.9.8. Therefore, assume that the routing is configured correctly so far.
I cannot reach the Switch 192.168.9.2 / 192.168.9.8 via ping. The devices in 192.168.0.x, which are connected to the switch, function properly including ping etc.
When I ping from the Vyatta I reach the 192.168.9.2 / 192.168.9.8, but not from the 192.168.0.x network. According to the boot config, no IP is blocked.
The ARP table also shows the switches.
The switches among themselves can also ping themselves.