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have you tried a tracert image
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exactly , Try a tracert. image
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just because you haven't enabled routing doesn't mean that the router won't perform static routing with direct interfaces; router rip/igrp/eigrp/ospf only kicks in when you're thinking of routing networks that AREN'T connected directly to your router. Also you said you're using a router on a stick? I'm assuming that's not cisco then. Some routers by default don't use the default deny ACL setting if ACLs are missing; cisco denies by default, for instance, but sophos doesn't for example. i dunno what router on a stick you're using. you'll need to enable a deny rule for all traffic between the two vlans to enforce what you want. image
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if you show the route tables you'll see that both networks are added statically; this is very standard. image
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Bill Lodhia if I send you the .pkt file can you check up? image
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nope, don't have enough time in the day to sit down with this
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Whats up with your route cache ? image
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It's empty doh
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ultimately it can get confusing if you think of vlans as "ultimately one interface." i was stumped by this for a long time. each vlan (xxx.100 or yyy.200 or zzz.abc subinterface) should be treated as its own interface. again check with your manufacturer for hte router on a stick. "on a stick" platforms are usually consumer oriented and have things like automatic routing enabled. image
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