reaper15 last edited by
Hello everyone, I hope I can explain this question… ok…
Here is the situation, we have 3 sites… I will call them site A, B, C. All three sites have netscreens but are connected a little differently.
Site A and B are connected of public network with netscreen VPN. All is working well.
Site B and C are connected with a point-to-point T1 connection via Cisco routers.
The question is how do I get A and C connected? I have tried adding a route definition on the netscreen on site A to forward all traffice bound for the subnet on site C to the Cisco router IP address in site B. I can ping the Cisco router address in Site B from site A, but traffic will not go past that point. The Cisco is default to send all traffice to Site C.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
luder74 last edited by
site A needs a route for B and C (or one default route) pointing to the FIRST HOP at site B (for the A-B connection not the second or third like you configured)
site B needs a static route to A and to C (first HOp at both sites)
Site C needs a route for A and B (or default route) pointing to the FISRT HOP at site B (for the B-C connection)
funjanting last edited by
Just to make sure I understand your Q? you have routes to network C from A via B? if this is the case then does the network on C have a route back to the network on A? that could be the issue. The traffic has no route back to you.
If not then - no idea.
bachng last edited by
Im not sure but if you route all traffic from the Cisco to Site C then packets came from C might not go to A -> can not ping from A to C, because ping is a 2ways protocol
Im not sure this can help or not