Location 2: has 3 machines with one of them using citrix into location 3
Location 3: The citrix server
ALL LOCATIONS HAS 1 SWITCH AND 1 ROUTER and the network is managed by verizon.
Normally everything works well.
From location 1, I have a problem remotely logging into all machines at location 2.
Location 2 is having trouble logging into citrix at location 3. What makes it funny is I can still ping all 3 machines at location 2.
All of a sudden I can remotely log into all the machines, and now location 2 can log into the citrix server at location 3.
Is it possible that there is a networking issue? My colleagues are telling me no, but I beg to differ. According to them once I can ping the machines on location 2 the issue is no longer a "Networking" issue.
the thing I'm trying to find out is, is it safe to say "networking" is not the issue. The problem resolved itself. Machines at location 2 has reached the citrix server at 3, and also location 1 can now remotely log into every machine at location 2. In my opinion, it had to be a networking error somewhere at the switch, router, or even verizon with location 2. Their ruling is, if you can ping it, no way is it a networking issue. I don't agree.
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