Try and extended ping from machine 1's gateway using 22.214.171.124 as your source. If that works find out what interface that router uses to get to machine 2 and veryify machine 2's gateway router has that route.
The extended ping works. I do not understand why it would be a route table issue if I can ping the machine and his gateway cannot? If it was a route issue would'nt the machine have the same problem...Thanks
I'd check to make sure the router and the workstation are ARPing each other correctly. Also, make sure you have no wierd access lists set up that could be getting in the way. Have you tried other workstations on both sides to verify your symptoms? Is there another router that you can try the same test on? Can the router ping ANYTHING else on the subnet? How about reversing machines? You could do a CLEAR IP ARP to clear the ARP table and let it discover the workstation again.
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