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Routing PC through RS6000 to secured site

Posted on 2011-09-06
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Greetings,

We have a solutions provider that we connect to using a RS6k. We have static routes in the RS6k to access the IP's of secure server over a T1 line.  They have added a web based application that must be accessed over the T1 line.  I've added static routes to the RS6K to the new addresses, but is it possible to route a PC on the network, over the RS6K to the new site?
ex:

PC IP Address: 192.168.41.60
PC Gateway: 192.168.41.7
RS6K IP Address: 192.168.41.220
Secondary Card in RS6K - 10.10.10.10 (T1 connection)
IP Address for new website app: 10.10.10.40

I've added the static route to 10.10.10.40 to the RS6000, and can ping the site, so connectiivity there is ok, But is it possible to route a PC over that connection to the 10.10.10.40 site?

Thanks in advance

Pyyke
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balasundaram_s earned 500 total points
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'ip forwarding' needs to be enabled to allow the traffic, go from 192 segment to 10 segment.

# no -p -a "ipforwarding=1"  




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The routing was turned on and enabled, but the client routing had errors, so it wasnt the RS6k, but rather the PC routing table that was the issue
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