Two locations: (on/off site)
main router @ 192.168.1.1, routing traffic to internet and back just fine. (has a route defined for offsite subnet 7.x to go through 192.168.1.3)
secondary router(name=gw2) @ 192.168.1.3 connected to P2P to offsite location.
99 users pointing @ main router as gateway.
1 user pointing @ secondary router as gateway.
router (name = gw1) @ 192.168.7.1 connected to P2P to on site location, and Ethernet Internet.
6 users pointing @ router (gw1) as gateway.
Goal, if a user on site, points their gateway to 192.168.1.3 (gw2) their internet traffic will route across the P2P T1 and out the internet connection @ the offsite location.
Question: How do I do this? aka What config changes do I need to make on one or both of these routers to make this happen?
* User @ off site (192.168.7.x) can reach everything I want them to aka onsite (192.168.1.x) and internet.
* User @ on site (192.168.1.x) with gateway set to 192.168.1.1 can get to both subnets 192.168.1.x and 192.168.7.x and the internet (through the main Internet connection)
* User @ on site (192.168.1.x) with gateway set to 192.168.1.3 (gw2) can get to both subnets (7.x and 1.x) but cannot get to the internet (via the internet connection @ off site.)
* Pinging from the offsite router (gw1) I get a response from both subnets and the internet.
* Pinging from the onsite router (gw2) I get a response from both subnets but not the internet.
I have attached my running config for both routers.
(on another note, what are the possible debug commands I can use in the future or today to determine where my pings/packets/traffic is dying?)