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Connecting HP Aruba to Netgear firewall - can't see the firewall

 
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Connecting HP Aruba to Netgear firewall - can't see the firewall

Good afternoon,

I am assisting a client with network issues he is having connecting an HP Aruba to a netgear SRX5308 firewall.

The configuration is the Aruba switch connected to an unmanaged switch connected to the netgear firewall.

The netgear firewall can ping the Aruba, but the Aruba cannot ping back to the netgear firewall (request timed out).

The Aruba is on the 10.151.1.0 subnet.  The netgear and unmanaged switch are on the 192.168.67.0.

The netgear firewall is configured to allow "ANY" traffic from 10.151.1 subnet.

There is also other hardware on the 10.151.1.0 subnet connected to the unmanaged CISCO switch.

When I run the command show arp on the switch, I can see the IP information for this equipment, but I never see any information for the 192.168.67 network.

IP ARP table

IP Address MAC Address Type Port
--------------- ----------------- ------- ----
10.151.1.2 5c8a38-124467 dynamic 19
10.151.1.81 9457a5-ef97f3 dynamic 19
10.151.1.174 b888e3-a6ba83 dynamic 19
10.151.1.201 2c768a-ab06ca dynamic Trk13
172.20.11.7 a0b3cc-f378c0 dynamic
172.20.11.43 e83935-24cde6 dynamic Trk5
172.20.11.45 80c16e-2375a0 dynamic Trk7

Why am I not seeing ARP info for the 192.168.67.0 network?

Thanks,

Werner

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Re: Connecting HP Aruba to Netgear firewall - can't see the firewall

Please ignore - I was given an incorrect IP address.