Thanks to all who responded:
Everybody seemed to agree that the problem was within the /etc/netmasks
file. I went with some suggestions that I received from the list, but I
by the vendor that they didnt want any more private addresses comming
their network. So throw all the configuration out and redo it with
addresses. All is working now and thanks again to everyone who responed.
> Im having a routing problem that I cant get figured out.
> Machine A has a quad card:
> qfe0 -> 209.xx.xx.xx Web access
> qfe1 -> 172.17.xx.xx Internal Network
> qfe2 -> 10.10.2.xx DMZ
> qfe3 -> 10.10.4.xx Private T1 to vendor
> From machine A I can get to all segments (telnet, ftp, etc...) the
> problem is qfe3 will not traceroute to the router, but I can ping
> and telnet to it.
> Machine B (internal network) can get to the segments on
> qfe0, qfe1 and qfe2, but not qfe3. It seems like machine A is
> trying to route 10.10.4.0 connections through the 10.10.2.0
> segement. Default route on this machine points to qfe1 on
> machine A.
> The routes on machine A are as follows:
> 10.10.2.0 10.10.2.10 U 2 0 qfe2
> 10.10.4.0 10.10.4.10 U 2 0 qfe3
> 172.17.0.0 172.17.64.21 U 3 440 qfe1
> 18.104.22.168 172.17.64.21 U 3 0 qfe1
> Default route on this machine points to the external nic. Our firewall
> is also running on this machine, but the firewall accepts the
> per the rule, so I dont think its a firewall issue.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Chad Graham
> CDI Engineering
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