I am having a problem routing ip traffic with port numbers from one LAN to another.
I have two networks 192.168 and 10.100. I can successfully connect to devices from the 192 network to the 10 network and from the 10 network to the 192 network. I am also able to access the internet via a proxy sitting on the 192 network from the 10 network.
My problem is that when I try to connect to an IP using s specific port number (for example FTP). I am unable to connect from the 10 network to an ftp server on the 192 network. I am also unable to connect from the 10 network to an FTP server on the internet.
To complicate matters I am unble to determine the route the ftp traffic is going (from the 1 network). I have plaed wireshark on the 10 network and the 192 network and see the packets leaving the workstatiion but not being ACKnowledged. I also do not see the traffic being received on the 192 network.
I have run several debug commands on the router (for IP packets, access-lists, NAT etc) but do not see this traffic on the router. I enabled IP accounting and still do not see the (FTP) traffic).
I included the config for your review.
Can anyone tell me what other commands (debug or other) I can use on the router to 'find' this traffic so I can determine where it is going soI can resolve the issue?