from both side allowed LANs/Hosts are able to do all the operations, means routers are allowing the packets, but router itself is not able to ping clients of either side but they do for routers each other, is my implication.
I can not understand clearly what is working (if anything) and what is not working. Can you clarify whether the router in 192.168.10.x can access the router in 192.168.20.x and whether the router in 192.168.10.x can access clients in 192.168.20.x? Also whether clients in 192.168.10.x can access the router in 192.168.20.x and can access clients in 192.168.20.x?
Based on what I think I understand about the symptoms my first guess would be that there might be a problem with configuration of default gateway on the end stations (it could be on either side or on both sides that there is a problem). Can you verify that the end stations have the correct default gateway configured?
Can you also verify that the multilink is working ok?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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