Cannot reach other side of network

I have a CISCO ASR router connected through eline layer 2 fiber connection to a remote site. I  placed an RV320 small business router at the remote location and I made my routing to channel my traffic for that destination.

I can ping the other side of the layer 2 eline connection. I can ping the router IP (in the subnet of the network on that remote location). I cannot ping nothing else. the RV320 can ping the devices in the subnet.

The ASR cannot ping any device on the other side.
Any ideas?
Christoforos AcadjiotisSystems and Network AdministratorAsked:
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asavenerCommented:
Is the ASR in the same subnet as the far end of the connection?  If not, then the devices on the far end will need entries in their routing tables to be able to reach you.  Likely your traffic reaches them, and then return traffic gets directed to their default gateway.
Bryant SchaperCommented:
yes, sounds like a routing to me as well, the far end may just need to know the next hop assuming the traffic is on multiple subnets

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Christoforos AcadjiotisSystems and Network AdministratorAuthor Commented:
The problem was that traffic was routed through the port and returned addressed to the subnet. return ICMP was not working. Once I switched routing through the subnet everything worked ok!
Thanks guys.
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