I have an existing site-to-site VPN with two Cisco ASA 55xx that is running over a cable provider connection. The local network is 192.168.0.x.
One the other end, there is a 192.168.1.x network. All traffic bound for the 1.x goes over the VPN and I can reach all of the devices with no problem.
The issue is, at the remote site there is another VPN router located at 192.168.1.223, which I can ping just fine.
From the remote site, when I need to get to a certain public IP that is 207.187.66.x it needs to go across the site-to-site, onto the 1.x network and hit the 1.223 router to continue down that tunnel at the main site.
The other odd thing is that from the remote site, a trace route to the 207.187.66.x address (or even google.com for that matter) times out and never shows even a first hop.