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We're having a network setup issue i'm not quite sure how to approach.
Basically i need to route traffic to a certain subnet to a different internal gateway. This is how the network setup looks:
ISP - External Switch - ASA 5510 - LAN Segment 1 (192.168.60.0/24)
                                                             |
           Direct site link - Cisco 871 ------
                      |
           Cisco 871 - LAN Segment 2 (192.168.65.0/24)


I need to be able to route traffic from LAN segment 1 to LAN segment 2, i'm hoping to be able to do this directly on the ASA 5510 by telling it toroute all traffic destined to the 192.168.65.0 subnet to the IP address of the Cisco 871 (192.168.60.5)

Anyone have an idea if i can even do this?
Thanks

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You do have to have a route statement on the ASA if you want LAN seg2 to use it for Internet access.
BUT, you need to have the local LAN point to the local 871 router as the default gateway, and IT will have a default route pointing to the ASA.

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unfortunately the 871 is maintained by the ISP who put the link in place and we can't make any changes to it's routing table.

I found a workaround, i only need two server to really talk to that lan segment so i setup static routes on those machines until we get an internal router.

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that is the only alternative. Glad you got it sorted out.
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