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I'm not sure if this needs to be here or security.

I have a Exchange 2003 server running on Server 2003.
In the building, I have two networks one 10.247.x.x and 10.64.x.x.  
The 10.64.x.x also branches out through the state for a state wide network on various other 10.

In house it works just fine.
I am running PIX 515 firewalls at the remote sites.  I have added several conduits on remote firewalls and
the firewall here.  

I'm able to ping here in this building, but once I go to another city, I can not.

Thanks.
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Sounds like you just need a router between the 10.247.x.x and 10.64.x.x networks (which might already be in place) and to add the route in the PIX's at all the remote locations.
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by:Heath Calhoun
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Hmm.  I am able to ping other IP's from the remote sites within the 10.64 network.
ie, my north site can ping 10.64.163.18 without a problem, but not 10.64.163.23 the bridged ip.
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by:Heath Calhoun
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Nothing else added.  We wound up adding a inerface card to our pix's and setting up a dmz for the two networks using static and conduits.
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