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Hello everyone, I don't have much knowledge in routing and I've reached a problem that I'm unable to solve. Here is a quick diagram that I've made: netv2.jpg My goal ...
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    Routing/Networking issues


    Hello everyone, I don't have much knowledge in routing and I've reached a problem that I'm unable to solve. Here is a quick diagram that I've made: netv2.jpg



    My goal is to enable System A to talk to System D. As of now, the System A is able to ping Linux Machine 1 and System B, but is unable to even ping Linux Machine 2.

    System B is able to ping System A, Linux Machine 1, Linux Machine 2 and System C. In fact, Systems B and C are able to communicate just fine.

    My question would be, what do I need to do in order to enable System A to talk to System D(and vice versa).

    Things I've tried:
    • Static routes in Linux Machine 1/2
    • Static Routes in switch

    None of these things seem to work, any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    Then are you able to ping from Linux Machine1 to Linux Machine2 and (and vice versa).

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