Wierd issue.

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  1. Greg

    Greg Guest

    I have a wierd issue.
    I have a server in a remote office.
    It has an IP address fo 10.11.1.5
    I have a server in my main office with an IP address of 10.10.1.5
    I have an exchange server in my main office with an ip of 10.10.1.6
    From the remote office I can ping 10.10.1.6
    I cannot ping 10.10.1.5

    From the main office I can ping 10.11.1.6 from 10.10.1.6 and from
    10.10.1.5

    I do a tracert from 10.11.1.5 and it hits the routers internal and
    external interfaces and then times out

    I do a tracert from 10.11.1.6 and it hits the routers internal and
    external interfaces and then hits 10.10.1.6

    Any ideas?
    Greg, Jul 25, 2003
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  2. In article <>,
    Greg <> wrote:
    >I have a wierd issue.
    >I have a server in a remote office.
    >It has an IP address fo 10.11.1.5
    >I have a server in my main office with an IP address of 10.10.1.5
    >I have an exchange server in my main office with an ip of 10.10.1.6
    >From the remote office I can ping 10.10.1.6
    >I cannot ping 10.10.1.5
    >
    >From the main office I can ping 10.11.1.6 from 10.10.1.6 and from
    >10.10.1.5
    >
    >I do a tracert from 10.11.1.5 and it hits the routers internal and
    >external interfaces and then times out
    >
    >I do a tracert from 10.11.1.6 and it hits the routers internal and
    >external interfaces and then hits 10.10.1.6


    What happens when you do the tracert's from 10.10.1.5?

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    Barry Margolin, Jul 25, 2003
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