Need help with static routing in packet tracer

Koval88Koval88 Registered Users Posts: 3 ■□□□□□□□□□
I am new to this forum, I couldn't find the right place to get help on CCNA. I am currently a college student studying Networking and hoping to get into cyber security field.

I am stuck with static routing in the packet tracer. I've tried everything and I still do not understand how exactly do I configure static routing with the three networks. I cannot seem to find my routing mistakes. I had tried varieties of ways still no luck. Could someone please help me out and explain how exactly it is supposed to be configured?

here is the packet tracer: http://goo.gl/04P8ue
My Routing configurations:
ip route
ip route

ip route
ip route
ip route
ip route

ip route
ip route

I am able to ping only the next routers but not the PC's and other routers from the different network.

If someone could help me out by fixing the packet tracer and attaching and explaining little bit. I have been playing for entire day now and watched multiple youtube videos. Still no luck.

Help is really appreciated.

Thank you!


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    Jon_CiscoJon_Cisco Member Posts: 1,772 ■■■■■■■■□□
    Use the simulation mode to see where the packets fail.

    your telling it where to go for your LAN but what about your WAN?
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    prdemonprdemon Member Posts: 54 ■■■□□□□□□□
    my bad guess he fixed it...no he didnt fix it....change the defualt gate-way on the computers. Apply a default gate-way to the switches.....after configuring static routes on the serial interfaces of the routers.
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    VinnyCiscoVinnyCisco Member Posts: 176
    you can use TRACEROUTE also to see where the packets stop. Have you configured routes on the way back?

    You can also run a dubug on the destination routers to see if the packets are getting there, but are unable to be routed back.

    I tried loading your Packet Tracer setup, but you have an older version.
    "Failure is the prerequisite of Success" - V. G.
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    rocdamikerocdamike Member Posts: 32 ■■□□□□□□□□
    You need to remember to put in static routes in both ways so that each router knows how to get to and back from the intended network. PC1 wasn't able to communicate with the DHCP server because of this and other routers had the same routing issue.
    I have added the necessary static routes and everything now works.

    @VinnyCisco I got the same error message saying that the .pkt file is from an older version of Packet Tracer when opening the file directly. However, when opening the file within Packet Tracer it worked.

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    DCDDCD Member Posts: 473 ■■■■□□□□□□
    First fix the default gateway on the PCs then fix the communication between routerA and RouterC.
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