My company has acquired a smaller company that has a Fios connection and Sonicwall 2040 as their sole connection. They are utilizing an address scheme of 10.0.0.x. My network uses a 192.168.x.x network and BGP/IPFR to network all of the remote locations. I have my new router and full t1 plugged in at this new location with an 1841 router one ethernet port is configured w/ 10.0.0.2 and one w/ 192.168.110.1
Problem is getting them to see the 100.1.x.x network back at my home office. I have setup a static route on the Sonicwall and on my ATM router. But the when I do a trace route the traffic dies off when it hits the BGP network. Do I need to contact my ISP? Is the IPFR set up to only forward 192.168 traffic? (See attached diagram)
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