I have a router that is performing NAT from one to subnet to another (10.1.1.x-192.168.100.x). It works for most of the devices connected to the network. So, I can essentially NAT from a PC on the 192 subnet to a device connected on the 10 subnet. However, I have 1 device that does not seem to work. The device has the correct address, subnet mask, and default router provisioned. From the router I can ping the device from the router. However, I cannot ping the translated address and of course I cannot access it from the outside subnet.
Is there something obvious that I should look for? Any help would be greatly appreaciated.
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