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Problem seeing Oher subnet

I have a Windows 2003 Server with two network interfaces; one interface has a configuration of
The other interface is configured with
The interface is used to communicate directly with an interface on another server
I have another subnet that I am trying to communicate to but I can’t even see the gateway it is
Any of my other servers with just one network interface on the 192.168.100.X subnet can see
The do you think the issue might be the card with the address?

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8/22/2022 - Mon

I am a bit confused about your setup.

192.168.100.X -->

10.10.5.X -->

How does 192 address get to 10.5 address?

With your windows server what are the actual addresses that the interface cards are defined with.

I am presuming your windows server has everything be default routed through the address (ie. that is the default route on that machine).

I suspect the real problem is that the 10.10.5 addresses do not know how to get back to the 10.10.10 addresses.  Therefore on your machine you need to add a static route to the 10.10.10 addresses via the gateway.

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