Solved - Re: Routing problem

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On Saturday 24 January 2009 18:05:17 Steve Forsythe wrote:
> Perhaps I'm overlooking something, but the remote gateway does not
> appear to have a route to the 10.6 network via 192.168.127.2. It looks
> to me like traffic to 10.6 would go via the default to 10.1.1.112.

Hi Steve,

Thanks for this.  You were right here, and I did spot that eventually.

There were other problems as well, but that was the one that took me a while 
to spot.


In the end, there were a number of routing issues which I could sort, and then 
some that I couldn't because of 3rd parties equipment.

To get round this, for certain subnets I turned on masquerading which then 
worked.

Thanks Steve and Giany for your help
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