for each device you may want to check the routing tables:

WS- 172.16.1.1
Default Gateway: 172.16.1.2

NW- 172.16.1.2
Default Gateway: What is the Default gateway?????

NW- 172.16.1.1 get's NAT'd to 192.168.6.2???
Hmm..... I really can't make sense of your diagram,

can you please draw a better diagram [ie, a router has TWO addresses,
and the device that you are pinging exists? like:

ws 172.16.1.1
|
nw 172.16.1.2
|
nw nat'd 172.16.1.2-->192.168.6.2 (which makes absolutely NO SENSE)
cisco 172.16.1.250 172.16.5.250
|
cisco 172.16.5.1 10.0.0.250
|
server 10.0.0.1
etc, etc



>>> Jaosn Fischer<jfischer@kaytee.com> 2003-10-16 06:43:11 >>>


We're trying to reach a server on our Corporate WAN. This server is
a
at a 10.0.0.0 address. We can ping the server from our Cisco router
and
from any workstation on the network. We can't ping it from our
NW5.1SP6
running BM3.7SP2 router. The router does NATing between 172.16.0.0
and
192.168.0.0 for us. Here's how we're trying to connect to it:

WS (172.16.1.1) ---> NW (172.16.1.2 -NAT- 192.168.6.2) ---> CISCO (

172.16.1.250) ---> CISCO (172.16.5.250) ---> Server (10.0.0.1)

No traffic should go onto the 192.168. network. Doing an iptrace on
the
NetWare server gets it as far as the second Cisco router. Any
ideas?
Let me know if you need more info or if i'm too vague, it's pretty confusing for us!

Thanks.

Jason Fischer