Traffic Issue inside newly created VLAN



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I would create an ACL to count ICMP Replies and apply to both PC ports. That would help to confirm if both PC are replying the ICMP Requests.
so, now you are able to ping?
I would create an ACL to count ICMP Replies and apply to both PC ports. That would help to confirm if both PC are replying the ICMP Requests.
I'm able to ping the Primary IP of the VLAN but not the other PC on the VLAN
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I would create an ACL to count ICMP Replies and apply to both PC ports. That would help to confirm if both PC are replying the ICMP Requests.
what you see if you issue from pc
arp -a 10.193.150.1
arp -a 10.193.150.51

also are 10.193.150.50 and 51 pingable from extreme? I mean at this exact moment
I would create an ACL to count ICMP Replies and apply to both PC ports. That would help to confirm if both PC are replying the ICMP Requests.
Interface: 10.193.150.50 --- 0xa Internet Address Physical Address Type
10.193.150.1 00-04-96-98-56-ea dynamic

C:\WINDOWS\system32>arp -a 10.193.150.51

Interface: 10.193.150.50 --- 0xa
Internet Address Physical Address Type
10.193.150.51 f4-4d-30-69-f0-d1 dynamic

From the switch I cannot ping my PC's
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I would create an ACL to count ICMP Replies and apply to both PC ports. That would help to confirm if both PC are replying the ICMP Requests.
so this is a firewall issue now
vlan works properly at this time, also 10.193.150.1 should be pingable from both PCs
I would create an ACL to count ICMP Replies and apply to both PC ports. That would help to confirm if both PC are replying the ICMP Requests.
Windows firewall is disabled on both PC's via Group Policy, Yes 150.1 is pingable from both PC's
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I would create an ACL to count ICMP Replies and apply to both PC ports. That would help to confirm if both PC are replying the ICMP Requests.
well, it is not then.
You may manually enable ping respond from admin cmd:

netsh
firewall
set icmpsetting 8 ENABLE
I would create an ACL to count ICMP Replies and apply to both PC ports. That would help to confirm if both PC are replying the ICMP Requests.
Wow, alright that worked.

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