I have three offices all with broadband routers feeding into Server 2003 running Routing and Remote Access that provides the clients with internet access.
I have setup VPN connection between site1 and Site2 and between site1 and site3, however I want to setup a VPN connection between site2 and site3 but this is giving me problems.
Server at site1 can ping the router and server at site2 and site3 no problems, but site2 and site3 can not ping each other or each others router.
Any one have any idea why these two servers can't communicate with each other?
I have been trying tracert to see if that gives me any clue where the problem is. To save giving out my IP address on a public forum I will use the following notation.
Server1 - server at site1, router1 router at site1 etc
router1 has ip of a.b.c.89 router2 has ip of d.e.f.217 router3 has ip of d.e.f.249 server1 a.b.c.90 server2 d.e.f.218 server3 d.e.f.250
so tracert of d.e.f.217 or 249 from server1 completes no problem as stated before.
tracert d.e.f.217 from server3 gives Destination host unreachable d.e.f.249 and tracrt d.e.f.249 from server2 gets as far as hop 2 before timing out.
Could it be anything to do with the similarity between site2 and site3's IP both having identical first three numbers?