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administratively prohibited

Hi has anyone see this before? I have a bgp route of 10.254.27.0 I'm trying to reach it from a local ip address of 10.255.180.11. I have pemissioned the subnet 10.255.180.0/25 to be allowed to get to the 10.254.27.0/24 but when I run a debug on the router I see the following message:

Mar 23 13:45:26.107 UTC: ICMP: dst (10.254.27.51) administratively prohibited unreachable sent to 10.255.180.11

what is causing this? I've checked all my access-list and 10.255.180.0 subnet is permissioned on all of them? What am I missing?

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Re: administratively prohibited

The other side may not have permission to send echo-replies back to you.

Thanks.

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Re: administratively prohibited

Seems like you're receiving ICMP type 3 code 9 message (http://conft.org/icmp-parameters).

This message comes from the end point or a device in the middle that filters your requests.

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Re: administratively prohibited

Thank guys for the info I will check the device in the middle with goes through our coporate network

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