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3005_A---> internet ---->3005_B----> internet ---->3005_C --->3005_D

I have site to site connection as fallows;

3005_A---> internet ---->3005_B----> internet ---->3005_C --->3005_D

I can connect and ping from site 3005_A to 3005_B and from 3005_B to 3005_C , but can’t connect directally from A to C or from A to D

Does I need a tunnel from A with C ? etc...

Thanks if some one can give me the answer

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Re: 3005_A---> internet ---->3005_B----> internet ---->3005_C --

You either need to create a tunnel from A-C and from A-D on those boxes, or if you want to route everything thru B (unwise), then you need to include C and D's networks as Local and Remote networks in the A-B tunnel parameters. You also need to make sure your routing sends packets to the right destination

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Re: 3005_A---> internet ---->3005_B----> internet ---->3005_C --

Thanks for reply.

My lan to lan tunnel is autodiscovery and I can see all routs in my routing table.

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