I'm on a 2600 and I'm getting some things happening. We have two ISDN Lines coming in from three remote sites. The router can access the the wan. But only one of the remote site can access the wan. All of the remote sites can ping and telnet to the router it self. I'm using EIGRP for routing. I was wodering if anyone knows why the router might not be forwarding all of the traffic from the remote sites. None of the remote site can ping the other another router on the WAN but the router it self can. I thank you for reading this.
Do your remote sites have a neighbor adjacency formed? 'sho ip eigrp neigh'
Are all the networks in the EIGRP process?
Does your remote routers have routes in their routing table for the sites they can't access? Do those sites have routes in their tables to route back to the remote? If not, which direction does your default route point?
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