Remote Subnet Ping

I am having problems with one of my remote networks.  I have just set up an ISDN cirut to one of our romote sites, and am having problems reaching the server on the ohter end with my NT units.  I cna ping the server on the remote end with a *nix server, but can not with NT.  I have added a static route to both the NT and the unix, but still can not ping the NT server on the far end.  I can ping the router at hte far end from any machine on my netowrk.
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condor99Connect With a Mentor Commented:
The solution is :
Remote site router 10.20.13.1/16
local router 10.10.13.20/16
Remote server 10.20.10.1/16
Local PC 10.10.20.1/16
Local Unix Server 10.10.10.2/16

Is the solution to your problem
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LermitteCommented:
The server on that end did you have place a entry so that the router will be the default gateway..

Mario
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jkratzerAuthor Commented:
Yes.  I also tried adding a static route to the remote server in addition to the default gateway.  I have also tried pointing the default gateway of the local machine to the local site router and several variations on static routes.
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condor99Commented:
Can you explauin de configurations of the routers, the subnet, subnets mask in both sites
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jkratzerAuthor Commented:
Remote site router 10.20.13.1/255.255.0.0
local router 10.10.13.20/255.0.0.0
Remote server 10.20.10.1/255.255.0.0
Local PC 10.10.20.1/255.0.0.0
Local Unix Server 10.10.10.2/255.0.0.0

Route add 10.20.0.0 10.10.13.20 (NT)
chdev -l inet0 -a route=net,10.20.0.0,10.10.13.20 (Unix)

Unix Works, NT does not.
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jkratzerAuthor Commented:
Remote site router 10.20.13.1/255.255.0.0
local router 10.10.13.20/255.0.0.0
Remote server 10.20.10.1/255.255.0.0
Local PC 10.10.20.1/255.0.0.0
Local Unix Server 10.10.10.2/255.0.0.0

Route add 10.20.0.0 10.10.13.20 (NT)
chdev -l inet0 -a route=net,10.20.0.0,10.10.13.20 (Unix)

Unix Works, NT does not.
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condor99Commented:
The solution I will send by e-mail with a pdf diagram.
I can't attach that diagram here
You need to change de mask in the local environtment.
Can you send me your e-mail, so I return my posible solution.
Regards
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condor99Commented:
The solution I will send by e-mail with a pdf diagram.
I can't attach that diagram here
You need to change de mask in the local environtment.
Can you send me your e-mail, so I return my posible solution.
Regards
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jkratzerAuthor Commented:
I changed the local subnet mask of one PC and it fixed the problem.

Thanks for the help.....
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jkratzerAuthor Commented:
E-mail address is jkratzer@utexind.com
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condor99Commented:
What happend with the points ???
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jkratzerAuthor Commented:
What do you mean.  It still is at 200 points.
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LermitteCommented:
condor99 means that you have write that you have found the sollution.. what will you do with the points give it to him ore simply delete the question and not give any point..He have write to change the local subnet, that's the same answer that I was given but he was first :-)

Mario
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condor99Commented:
JKratzer
Do you fix your problem ?
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jkratzerAuthor Commented:
Yes......It was a netmask problem........
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condor99Commented:
So mi porposition was correct
Be honest and pay the bill
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pwoolfordCommented:
condor99
post an answer before someone else does then
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