Failover cluster 2012 R2- Access shares over different subset

I have a 2 Node guest failover cluster with file server role running.

Site A - My main network -192.168.1.0/24
Site B - Remote Site - 192.168.2.0/24

We have a Site 2 Site VPN over the 2 ASAs connecting these 2 sites (No issues with the VPN we have DC running happily on the remote site)

I cant access the file shares on the cluster from the remote site. when i ping the cluster IP from the remote site its not replying

I can access shares on any other server or computer. but not the cluster IP.

How can i configure the cluster to respond to the  remote subnet 192.168.2.0/24
Rat ZuluAsked:
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StolsieCommented:
Hello
you say everything else works, yes?
so 192.168.1.0 can see every thing and 192.168.2.0 can see everything bar the Cluster IP
what is the cluster IP?
what router or layer 3 switch are you using?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
remember the rule that anything outside of your netmask goes to the default gateway to be resolved further on up the chain.
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Rat ZuluAuthor Commented:
Yes the  VPN tunnel  seems to be fine. I can browse any other file shares on servers or PC's, and connect to any other Device on the 192.168.1.x network and vise versa.

Cluster IP is 192.168.1.110
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StolsieCommented:
where dose it stop if you do a trace route?
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Rat ZuluAuthor Commented:
Well Trace route fails from the gateway.

Strange thing is when i use net use and map the drive it maps with no issues.

net use m: \\clustername\sharename - Works and i already deployed the group policy

 i just can't ping the cluster or access it using \\clustername\sharename via run or explorer.
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Rat ZuluAuthor Commented:
Ohh it was one of the sonicwalls in the network messing up traffic causing all the problems

Wireshark is a god sent

Thanks for the comments guys
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