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I have configured a cisco router of series 2800.
I have configured the static NAT on it, for 3 public Ip's. i.e.115.112.177.x, 115.112.177.x1, 115.112.177.x2.
I have configured EIGRP on router.
Now I was facing some pronblem with the routing.
I was unable to communicate with the particular IP i.e. 115.112.177.y (of different subnet). & vice-versa.

But Now it has been observed that. I can communicate or getting response from all other network IP. except the Ip's that starts from 115.x.x.x.

My website which is on (115.112.177.x, 115.112.177.x1, 115.112.177.x2.)is not accessible from the network which has the IP address 115.x.x.x.


Please provide me a solution. ASAP.
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I have configured a cisco router of series 2800.
I have configured the static NAT on it, for 3 public Ip's. i.e.115.112.177.x, 115.112.177.x1, 115.112.177.x2.
I have configured EIGRP on router.
Now I was facing some pronblem with the routing.
I was unable to communicate with the particular IP i.e. 115.112.177.y (of different subnet). & vice-versa.

But Now it has been observed that. I can communicate or getting response from all other network IP. except the Ip's that starts from 115.x.x.x.

My website which is on (115.112.177.x, 115.112.177.x1, 115.112.177.x2.)is not accessible from the network which has the IP address 115.x.x.x.


Please provide me a solution. ASAP.
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Please provide me a solution. ASAP.
Hire a Cisco consultant.

Quite the demand for a 1st post hey?
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