I have a point to point T1 that is setup on the same subnet as my ASA 5510, the remote users are unable to log on to the domain. I need them to be able to log on to the domain any body have any suggestions.
What is the remote site using as their default gateway? Is it perhaps the ASA?
Or in putting the ASA into place did you change something that affected the forwarding logic for the remote traffic? I would have thought that whatever received the traffic from the remote would forward it to the LAN. But apparently it is being forwarded to the ASA. I wonder if the traffic is being forwarded from the remote to the ASA and the ASA ought to forward it back to the LAN perhaps you need to enable intra-interface traffic on the ASA. intra-interface traffic is denied by default on the ASA and if you want the ASA to forward traffic back out the interface on which it was received then you need to enable intra-interface traffic.