|While I haven't done a lot of work with Cisco routers (we use OpenBSD based routers where I work) I do have a fair bit of experience with Cisco switches and the Cisco IOS. It's been my experience they don't make routes between subnets and interfaces by default. Which is to say, you have to manually create routes yourself.|
You could check the routing table for the existence of routes between subnets. If they are there, delete them. However, I suspect you won't find any there unless you, or someone else in your IT department has created them.
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How charged with punishments the scroll,
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