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LAN network has range of

We have an off-site facility with a range of

We have a gateway router at

We have configured a static route in the Control routing table as follows:

Interface: LAN
Metric: 1

We have problem with traffic passing inconsistently through the static route. All machines can be pinged, but some services are not working.

What traffic rules should I set to ensure all traffic is passed between the LAN network and the static route?



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I'd consider creating an IP Address Group for the two networks and define a set of rules that allows all traffic to pass between them. Essentially, "Source: AG #1, Dest: AG #2, Service: All, Allow" and "Source: AG#2, Dest, AG #1, Service: All, Allow".

Also, make sure you are not NAT'ing. That could render some services non-functional. This will be application specific, though. Since you didn't say which services are failing, this is just a catch-all comment.
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