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I have 3 nodes in my (IP) network:

A -- B -- C

A is connected to B and B is connected to C. I need to access A from C, and vice-versa.

  • C = 192.168.224.3
  • B = 192.168.224.1, 192.168.223.146
  • A = 192.168.223.2

From C, I'm able to ping both IP@ of B (224.1 and 223.146). But the ping to A (223.2) fails.

What would have I overlooked? I'm pasting the route table details of the three nodes below.

C's route table

  • Destination Gateway Interface
  • 192.168.223.0 192.168.224.1 eth1

B's route table

  • Destination Gateway Interface
  • 192.168.223.0 192.168.223.146 eol23
  • 192.168.224.0 192.168.224.1 eob0

A's route table

  • Destination Gateway Interface
  • 192.168.223.0 192.168.223.2 eol23
  • 192.168.224.0 192.168.223.2 eol23

Thanks in advance.

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    The routing tables aren't much help without us knowing which interface is which. Please provide a more detailed network description. Also, some more configuration details and information about the devices used can be helpful.
    – Teun Vink
    Commented Mar 18, 2017 at 10:07

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Based on Your diagnostic

From C, I'm able to ping both IP@ of B (224.1 and 223.146). But the ping to A (223.2) fails.

I can decide - problem most probable in routing from A to C (on A node)

Checking routing tables Im found incorrect route to BC network.

192.168.224.0 192.168.223.2 eol23

must be

192.168.224.0 192.168.223.146 eol23
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