(Diagram Attached) - I had an issue where if somone on Site A tried to RDP to someone on Site B, and vice versa, it fails - although IP connectivity is OK. Each can ping one another.
After running some traceroutes the issue was because of an extra hop when someone from Site A went to Site B.
From Site A to Site B the packet went from 126.96.36.199, then to the Core Switch, then to router 172.16.5.6.
From SIte B to Site A the packet goes straight from 172.16.5.6 to router 172.16.5.5.
So basically data travelling one way was taking an extra hop to go back the other, causing a lot of things to not work, although ICMP was good.
Is this normal behaviour for such things not to work if an extra hop is introduced somehow?It was easy enough to fix, but doesn't seem right that it would break things when there was working IP connectivity...
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