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Connectivity Issues

By javiertunon ·
Ok.. Here is the scenario... I have two remote offices(Location A and Location B) where we use Win Xp Pro through a wired and wireless cable modem connection to get to a third office (location C), which is on DSL using a Linksys router. In location A, I can access location B and location C, through a wireless or wired connection, using FTP or Remote Desktop connection. Now in location B, I can access Location A, again wired and wireless, FTP and Remote Desktop connection, but I can not get to either the FTP or the Remote Desktop Connection from location B to Location C. I have carried the same computer to all three locations, I have changed out routers, nothing.... Has any one ever experienced such nonsense?


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by c-plus In reply to Connectivity Issues

Try and look into Local Security Policy, if not mistakeing theres some options for remote connection in here, just be carefull what you're tampering with, but i must say i'm NOT a wizard in this field

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by Ltop In reply to Connectivity Issues

Can you ping location "C" from "B"?
Are you using DHCP or static IP's? / Subnet Masks / Default gateways


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