I am having a wierd problem accessing a remote network, lets call this network AWAY.
Here is the situation, When I am at my corporate office and want to access AWAY via Terminal Services, SSH, or a HTTP Remote management browser (Linksys Firewall Browser) etc... I cant reach it from my OFFICE network.
Now here is where it starts to get wierd.
I can connect VIA Remote Desktop/ SSH or whatever from my DMZ, or another Network.
I can connect to other IP addresses via RDP etc.. from OFFICE
OFFICE to AWAY connections used to work
Now the last thing I just tried was NATTING a new IP to my computer at OFFICE and attempting to connect to AWAY with the new Public IP. This also fails?
So, it looks like there is something in my Firewall (3Com Superstack 3) that is restricting a connection to my AWAY IP address.
I have specifically made policies to allow connections to the AWAY address be allowed from the LAN at OFFICE and looked for anything that specifies the AWAY address, but to no avail.
Does it sound like I am on the right path, or have I overlooked something obvious?