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Ip routing/ nt or router problem

I am having a problem connecting two locations via frame relay. The problem I am having is being able to see/ping the machines on the internal/nic 1 of the nt servers. Below is a diagram. Any help would be appreciated nt-metro                                            nt-hacky nic1- to hubs          nic1- to hubs nic2- to,                  nic2 - to, cisco2524- ---- f/r--- cisco2524 IP forwarding is enabled on both sides Using cisco ip unnumbered for serial/circuit rip is enabled on cisco and installed on the NTs From either side I can ping the nic2 card i.e.: from nt-metro I can ping all the way to     from nt-hacky I can ping all the way to  I can also map to each machines devices. Where do I set the routing to enable the 192.168.15.x machines to ping the 192.168.18.x and visa versa I CAN FIX THE NAT HERE GIVE SOLUTION ASAP THANKS

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Check to see if the range of ip addresses you have set are between the set have to set a begining and a end. it in the router set up

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