SharePoint with machines on another network (same LAN physical segment, bridged with routers)

I had this question after viewing Users on different subnet cannot access internal sharepoint site..

The SharePoint server is hosted in a data center with IP address and the network mask for that server is (/23). I can access it from hosts within that subnet.
We have a remote office connected with IP addresses 10.0.4.* (subnet / 24). It is connected with in the same LAN segment through a firewall, since the entire network is /16 (
I can access EVERYTHING on the datacenter subnet from the remote office subnet EXCEPT SharePoint.
Any clues?
Robson FelixAsked:
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Walter CurtisSharePoint AEDCommented:
Use some basic troubleshooting to test for connectivity to SharePoint. That will help determine if the network environment is set up to allow connectivity to SharePoint.

If connectivity is working correctly, then test for SharePoint access. There are several different outcomes. Post your results here so it can be determined what step to take next.

Good luck...

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Walter CurtisSharePoint AEDCommented:
Information provided is correct and accurate.
Robson FelixAuthor Commented:
I tried. It is something WITH SharePoint. Any other applications work including the SharePoint administration portal. Still not resolved.
Walter CurtisSharePoint AEDCommented:
Are you receiving an error message or anything that describe the error?

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