Re: ip addresses in same subnet being learned differenly
172.20.255.0 /30 = 172.20.255.1 -> 2 with .3 being the broadcast address. So that covers the physical and virtual addresses on your routers hence the reason you can't ping them.
172.20.255.0/30 does not include 172.20.255.4 so the /29 route is used when you try to ping that address and is therefore routed correctly. You need to work out why you have this static and why the same addressing has been used in the remote site.
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