Users on 10.90.0.0 /16 are unable to access the 10.136.0.0 /16 network. Diagram 1b shows a traceroute from 10.90.0.0/16 to 10.136.128.1. It times out after hitting 10.0.135.1
Access the other way works fine. Users on 10.136.0.0 /16 can access 10.90.0.0 /16 fine but the traceroute looks odd to me. It can be seen in Diagram 1c.
Would you be able to review the routes I currently have in place and confirm where I'm going wrong please? I'd like to clarify that the routes I currently have in place are correct. Also, would like assistance on what route I need to add on the Fortigate.
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