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extended access -list 7 years 7 months ago #30004

can anybody tell me why i cant access to a specific host with a shared files on it resides on subnets 172.16.24.x from other host reside on 172.16.8.x ping ICMP is sucessfully bi directional. my setup is router on a stick intervlan routing.
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Re: extended access -list 7 years 7 months ago #30010

  • gagamboy
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Hi Alucard777,

Welcome to Firewall.cx! Can you please post your current configuration so we can visualize and help you with your problem.

Cheers! :D
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Re: extended access -list 7 years 7 months ago #30011

  • S0lo
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Since ping is successful between the two hosts, it would seem like a firewall/access-list issue. What happens if you turn off the firewall on the shares host? Also, are you able to access the shares from other hosts in the same subnet (172.16.24.x) ?
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Re: extended access -list 7 years 7 months ago #30023

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try with checking your access lists on router between these hosts....
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