I'll keep it basic since this is a basic routing/firewall issue from what I can tell. Thanks in advance for the help!
I have a network on 10.0.0.x
The domain controller at 10.0.0.2 can ping the fax server at 10.30.0.10
A user PC at 10.0.0.123 CAN'T ping the fax server.
When I took over this network, someone loosely mentioned that higher numbered IP addresses are blocked from pinging/talking/traffic/etc on the 10.30 network. I can't find what is blocking that or if that is even true though.
How do I find out if the higher range addresses like .123 are being blocked from talking on the 10.30.x.x network?
What am I missing?
Check your running config of the firewall / router, since the server can ping the 10.30 network but the workstation cant most likely a acl on the router/fw that isn't configured to allow the .123 address
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