We are establishing an MPLS line that runs from a remote location to a main location. The connections between the remote and main sites have been established and tested by the lec. The router at the main location has an ip address that is part on the 10.0 network that essentially plugs right into a 10.0 switch that sits on the lan. The router at the remote location contains the gateway address of a 192.168 lan and has a dhcp offering that offers the routing information and ip addresses to the client computers.
For some reason the trraffic is not routing making the mpls functional. We are able to ping some devices on the 10.0 network from the 192.168 router, but unable to ping from nodes located on the 192.168 network. From a node on the 10.0 network we are not able to ping anything on the 192.168 network.