Hello,

I posted this on the communication ng earlier and it was recommended I
report here because what I am suggesting should work ...

Here's the scoop:

I have a NATed LAN connecting to Internet thru a BM3.98 server. The
server has a public IP and two private LANs. TCP/IP is configured on the
BM server with a default route to the router, and all servers have a
default route to the primary BM private IP. All works well.

Server 1 ------+
|
Server 2 ------+-------+ BM Server Pvt IP .1.4 +---+ Public IP 1+----Rtr

I am switching services and have added a second public NIC with it's own
IP in a different block than the original public IP.

When I change the default route on the BM server to point to the new
router on the new public IP, two servers on the private side are unable
to ping past the router. Since all I am changing is the default route on
the BM server, this doesn't make sense to me.

Server 1 ------+
|
Server 2 ------+-------+ BM Server Pvt IP .1.4 +---+ Public IP 2+----Rtr

In this scenario, Server 2 can ping past router, but Server 1 cannot.
There doesn't appear to be any difference in the config, but obviously
something is awry.

Any suggestions? I am stuck and need to get this working asap.

Tia,
Ken
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Ken McLeod
The Delphian School
http://www.delphian.org