I have attached a simple diagram on what i have.
Essentially on a Cisco ASA i am trying to create a static route to another router.
For this reference i will call the Cisco ASA Router A
On router A we have our LAN interface which is 192.168.0.1 on a /24
We have PCs on this network.
There is a uplink to another router B.
Router B has a IP of 192.168.0.254
Then Router B has a subnet of 192.168.254.0/24
To me it appears it be a issue on the Router A configuration.
Here is my testing.
If i do a PING from Client B to Client A. (192.168.254.100 => 192.168.0.100) I run a wireshark on client A. I see ICMP traffic coming in, and responses going out. But a wireshark on Client B does not show the response.
In this same test i have ran a capture on Router B eth0/1 and i do not see the response.
This woudl lead me to believe that Router A is dropping the response.
If i do a PING from client B to Router A. (192.168.254.100 => 192.168.0.1) Responds correct.
If i do a PING from Router A to client B (192.168.0.1 => 192.168.254.100) Responds correct.
What could i be missing in my configuration?