hi i established an ipsec tunnel between two sites now but don't have internet access anymore and cannot reach the other site from the internal networks.
The wan from the asa can ping the remote ip addres.
Do i need a rule like route inside 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 ip adress tunneled
Can someone help and complete the necessay command lines?Thank you
internal vlan1(10.73.10.0/24)-vlan2(10.73.11.0/24)-vlan3(10.73.12.0/24)from local sites needs to be routed to Branch Office vlan.
Subnets on remote site are 172.28.0.0/16,10.30.150.0/24,10.30.252.0/24,10.28.0.0/16
My catalyst3750X stack performs the intervlan routing from the local vlans : vlan1(10.73.10.0/24)-vlan2(10.73.11.0/24)-vlan3(10.73.12.0/24) default gateway on the catalyst3750x stack is the ip from his interface vlan1(10.73.10.10) ,gateway of last resort points to the lan ip from the asa.DHP server (server2K8) default gateway is also the CAT3750x interface vlan1(10.73.10.10).All the other clients ands servers uses the lan ip from the asa as def.gateway .
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