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SQL traffic through Cisco firewall

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Hi!

I have a client that has a Cisco firewall, and two domains.

The SQL server is in domain1.

When testing in domain2 in one sub-net the SQL traffic goes correctly, but on another sub-net in domain2 the SQL traffic doesn't work.

The software firewall on the PC-clients are off.

What can be the problem here ?
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Likely ACL or Routing issue.

What model is the firewall? If possible please post the config but take out any passwords or other sensitive info.
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Couldnt get info from client
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