Until today I had a remote location connected back to the main company firewall (ASA 5520) by an EZVPN point to point VPN. We got our new fiber connection in. I want to use this faster connection so I disconnected the EZPVN client, advertised the route off of that location's switch through EIGRP, then tried to clean all EZPVN remnants off the main firewall. I cleared the nat statements, the split tunnel access list and the remote network object. Unfortunately there's a static route stuck in my ASA and it's not letting the rest of my network connect into the new location.
When I do a show route on the main company switch it has the right route. If I show route on my firewall it's still showing the old EZVPN route to the remote location. How do I clear this out?
There's no static route I've explicitly put in, this is the route from the EZVPN still hanging around.