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How to route through firewall to access IPsec Tunnel

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I have established a VPN tunnel from our main site to our data hosting company.  I want to be able to allow for traffic from the remote site (64.197.xxx.xxx) and destined for the data center (208.89.xxx.xxx) to go through the VPN tunnel on the Main Site.  It is a pretty simple setup.  

Should I route from the ASA and forward all data center traffis to go through the main site?  What do I do with the data when it arrives at the main site to route it through the tunnel?

Thanks!!
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8/22/2022 - Mon
Qlemo

You should not need more than to set the
* Remote Site ASA to route traffic for Data Center thru the Main Site ASA
* Main Site ASA to know how to route traffic to Remote Site (10.0.75.0/24)
* Data Center server(s) to route traffic for 10.0.75.0/24 via the VPN tunnel.
So it is all about proper routing.
presscwo

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I was told by someone knowledgeable that I would need to contact my ISP to advertise the route to the specific host to get it across the MPLS network.  Any thoughts?
Qlemo

Sounds reasonable. Though, I don't have any experience with MPLS.
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