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"Stub" network users can't see host

Users on a "stub" network can't access a particular host on the adjacent network (through which they successfully access the Internet via a PIX).

The "stub" network is 192.168.40.x/255.255.255.0, that connects via WAN to a 92.168.39.x/255.255.255.0 network.

39.1 is the gateway at the 39.x network (a PIX515E connected to the Internet).

40.1 is the gateway address for the users on the 40.x subnet.

Users on 40.x need to access a host at 39.8. They can ping 39.1, but not 39.8.

Tracert from 40.x users stop at 39.10, which is the LAN interface on the router in the 39.x network that connects back to the 40.x network.

I'm using static routes - this is a simple network with no changes planned or needed.

Can anyone suggest how I might correct the routing scheme to allow this to work?

Here's a diagram of the route:

[Internet]-Router-PIX515E (39.1)-LAN-(39.10)RouterA(41.2)-WAN-(41.1)RouterB(40.1)-LAN-40.x hosts

Thanks!

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Re: "Stub" network users can't see host

most likely there is no route back to the stub network from the adjacent netwotk

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