|I'm just going to comment here that you seem to have a problem with the proper nomenclature. I'm going to guess English isn't your first language and that that is the likely cause of this issue.|
I bring this up because originally you used "topology" incorrectly. Now you seem to be using "cloud" incorrectly as well
This makes understanding harder, but not impossible so I will try very hard to be patient with you if you'll be patient with me too. :)
Ok, I think I have this straight......If I say anything wrong, please quote it and correct it.
- Network A is going to replace network B completely and you have yet to move all users in B over to A
- Network A is an exact copy of Network B including NAT device
- You're getting the error on network B only.
- The error affects all clients on B but is only in regard to one single website located in Singapore.
My first thought is, move all users from B to A and kill B.
If for some reason that isn't possible then I would suggest going through all settings on your NAT devices that Both A and B connect directly to and compare.
My second thought is, if this website isn't integral to the work users do, I'd stop worrying about it since they seem to be able to connect to all other websites.
BTW, what equipment are you using to NAT both A and B, and then what device are they in turn connected to? Make and model please.
It matters not how straight the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.