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sunny choo

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I have 2 sites (A and B). A and B is connected to each other on a local leased line. B has the internet and MPLS gateway. Internet is on broadband access.

A has it core switch with default gateway to it local leased router and B local lease router has set it default gateway to it ASA internet gateway. B ASA has added a static route for A network.


Still, I am having internet issue on A when traffic is routed to B. On ASA, there is no return traffic.


Anyone can help!  

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First please be very careful as to not disclose any specific information (names, routes, ip address, ect).  This is all confidential info.


I am assuming that traffic between site A and Site B can communicate with each other properly.  If this is true and you are only having issues with the internet, then look at your gateway settings.  if the settings are correct for site A, then you will need to look at the ASA.


there are multiple ways to accomplish what you are doing.  For example you could have the gateway defined by router b, and router b would know that the gateway traffic can be forward to the gateway. 


If your convinced that the config is right, then go back through and check for typo's.  An extra space at the end of a line for example.  That is what gets me most of the time when I copy and paste my config to/from the router. 

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