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HOW CAN I MAP TO A DIFFERENT SUBNET(e.g. 10.75...net mapped to10.80..net)

Hello everyone,

i am having a problem connecting to a networked resources located in a different network. I tried different methods of troubleshooting but i can only telnet to the other net. i cannot access any software directly. what else can i do to overcome this??

Thank you

p.s. there are firewalls setup on both nets (e.g. 10.75...net and 10.80.. net) our LAN team had disable ping configs for security reasons.

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Re: HOW CAN I MAP TO A DIFFERENT SUBNET(e.g. 10.75...net mapped

So you are able to telnet from the 10.75 network to the 10.80 network and vice versa, but your application is failing? What type of application are you trying to access on the remote network (ie what port are you trying to connect to?)

If you are able to telnet to the remote network, it sounds like routing is set up correctly so I'm not sure why you would want to map your network into the remote network.

A topology of your network and the relevant configs would help figure out what exactly isn't working and where the point of failure is.

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