Hopefully quite a simple one to solve (I just can't work it out).
I have two networks with a Cisco 877w router at each site connected via a VPN.
Site1 (Bromsgrove) = 172.16.0.0 255.255.240.0
Site2 (Bristol) = 172.16.16.0 255.255.240.0
I am testing Bristol's new servers at Bromsgrove and just want them to have a static Bristol IP and be able to access the internet. I am trying to 'work it' so that once set up and working in Bromsgrove, I can simply re-locate the test servers and they'll work in Bristol (without any reconfig).
Bromsgrove Router IP is 172.16.0.254
Bristol Router IP is 172.16.16.254.
I have setup a secondary IP on Bromsgrove router BVI1 of 172.16.16.254, and TEST SERVER1 (172.16.17.10) is able to ping it, but cannot ping the internet (test ping to 184.108.40.206). If I keep an eye on the ACLs (list 199) it seems to let the ping back in, but I'm guessing it sends the ping reply down the VPN to Bristol and not back to TEST SERVER1 (attached to BVI1). Note: The router CAN ping TEST SERVER1.
I have attached the Bromsgrove Router Config.
TEST SERVER1 is setup as follows:
Any help would be much appreciated.