I am not able to ping or connect to a host or the remote wan ip address from my desktop pc...the routing is via a frame relay connection using eigrp and redistributing a static route to the host, but I am able to ping either the host or the wan ip from the router...the far end router is not a Cisco, therefore I have to do a static route and the redistribute the static under eigrp...
This may be stating the obvious, but does the remote router have a route within it pointing to the network that the desktop PC is on? You can confirm whether it is a routing issue by running an extended ping from your router using the LAN interface as the source instead of the WAN interface.
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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