Hey - quick question. After searching throught the internet and news\ngroups, I could not locate an answer to my networking problem. Let me\nquickly explain:\n\nWe have two independent networks that should not be able to communicate\nwith hosts on the other subnet. However, I noticed today that this is\nindeed not the case anymore and I am trying to locate some sort of\n"network bridge" or source that is causing this to happen.\n\nIn using nmap, I can verify that a host on the other subnet is\nreachable.\n\nExample:\n\nnmap -sP 22.214.171.124\n\nStarting nmap V. 3.00 ( [URL="http://www.insecure.org/nmap/"]www.insecure.org/nmap/[/URL] )\nHost (126.96.36.199) appears to be up.\n\nHowever, I would like to track down the inadvertant host(s)/network\ndevices that is allowing this to take place. I want to see the "network\nhops" so to speak. I am somewhat knew to nmap, but it seems to not\ndisplay the "network hops" with the various flag options. Tcpdump\ndoesn't show what I am looking for either. Traceroute times out of\ncourse.\n\nAny ideas? Any help would be appreciated.