Hopefully someone can help me with this as it seems pretty straight forward, but I am brain dead at the moment.
I currently have an L3 switch with several VLANs. Connected to this switch with ISPF running is a router serving a WAN location. Also connected is an ASA 5520 with a site to site VPN tunnel configured. Save for the WAN connection I have done static routes and it didn't seem to work very well when I connected the ASA to the L3 switch via OSPF (I'm sure misconfiguration on my part).
Right now I can ping from the internal interface of my ASA to the other side of the VPN tunnel. I can ping from my remote network on the VPN tunnel to the inside interface on the ASA. There is where my problem begins. I cannot get beyond the inside interface of the ASA. if I put a static route for the remote network on the L3 switch I still cannot ping anything on the remote network.
my question is what would be the best way to get routing from the corporate LAN to the remote network. Should I just configure up OSPF or is there some sort of static routing I can do to get things rolling?