I have 3 networks to static rt. A is 10.159.242.0/24 B is 10.159.232.0/24 and C is one ip of 220.127.116.11 I can ping A and C from B but cannot ping A from C or C from A.
Both A and B are Cisco RV180. C is a Cisco 1850 ( I think). I have no access to C. I called the 3rd party (ADP) and had them create a static rt to network A. They think the issue is my not being able to put the static route in properly in network A. They want the Gateway IP to be 10.159.232.254 in RTR A. It will only let me put in 10.159.242.254.
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