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I am trying to set up a new WiFi AP in our HR building. There is a closet in the HR building, with a switch connected by fiber to our main network closet, then to another network closet where the FiOS is at.

I set up a "no switchport" interface on the switch that is directly connected to the Sonicwall with IP 10.0.8.247. I've created the VLAN on our VTP server switch, and I created the route on the switch directly connected to the Sonicwall.

From the switch in the HR building I am able to ping the 10.0.8.247 interface, but not the Sonicwall interface of 10.0.8.1, and I am able to ping the Sonicwall from the directly connected switch. I've included a map of how I have it set up, still very new with Cisco and have been struggling with this for a few days. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Middle Switch
Bottom Switch

Network Map

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  • It sounds like you have the 10.0.8.0 network split into two vlans, but we can't be sure without more information. Can you post the configurations of all three switches? – Ron Trunk Mar 12 '15 at 0:15
  • There really isn't enough detail here to provide an answer, consider adding more detail. To start, is there any particular reason you have set the Fa0/24 on the second 3560 in your diagram to no switchport? Leave it as an access port in VLAN 80 just like you did on Fa0/22 on the first 3560. Which device is providing the L3 routing on the network? Can you provide (sanitized) configurations? – YLearn Mar 12 '15 at 2:49
  • Not enough rep to post 3 links, here is top switch Top Switch Changed the port on the bottom switch to an access port. – Matt Fogleman Mar 12 '15 at 15:51

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