On April 3rd, I posted a message entitled: Routing, Cisco 2821, problems with copy tftp. Laurent responded correctly saying that I had to tell the router which interface to use for tftp. I have a similar issue with another site. I have an IPSEC tunnel to the site in question from a head office. The tunnel allows all IP traffic from the 10.1.150.0/24 subnet at the head office to the 192.168.100.0/24 subnet at the remote site. The edge device at the remote site (a Juniper firewall) is directly connected to a Cisco 2821 whose config I attached to this convesation. I can from the head office telnet to the Juniper-facing interface of the Cisco 2821 (192.168.100.21). Going inside the network is a 3750 in IP routing mode and another 2821 (whose interfaces are in the 192.168.100.0/24 subnet) that I want to telnet to. Now, the inside facing interface of the first 2821 is 192.168.100.6. If I run a traceroute to this IP address from the corp office, the route shows that it hits the Juniper Internet interface and then goes back out to the Internet, not inside to the 2821. This is very puzzling, should not there be an entry for the 2821 that is in the traceroute statements?