Traffic not going to the default gateway?

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I have a PC on a wireless network (X.X.51.0), when I ping a remote IP X.X.1.133 everything works okay. However when I ping X.X.1.134 in the same network I get a "Request timed out" and a tracert does not even go to the default gateway. Any idea on why this would occur? Both remote IPs are in the same location and on the same VLAN, also this issue does not occur from a source machine on a different VLAN.
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Do you have a LAG somewhere in the path? If yes, is that LAG static (no LACP)? If yes, have you checked that (at least) one link member of the LAG is not cabled on a wrong port?
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Sorry Stephane, we don't use LAG but we are using LACP. Thanks for the thought.

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Could you try a ping from B.B.1.134 to the wireless device.
If that doens't work ping on hop and then try the next = from B.B.1.134 to the default GW, then next, till you ping the gateway in the wirless network and then the wirless client.
Check the routing table in the B.B.1.134 device with "netstat -r".