Remote site connected to Head Office over MPLS Link (Primary)
Remote site connected to Head Office over DSL/VPN to ASA5520 (Backup)
Remote router: Cisco 2821
Exchange Server: Win 2003
When MPLS link on remote router (2821) drops and the DSL/VPN comes up, the customer cannot reach the
Exchange server in Head Office. All other LAN devices (servers/switches/pc) can be reached.
On the Exchange server, 'route print' displays that the server is caching the remote site clients IP address with the Default gateway of the MPLS router(Head Office), using a metric of 1.
The only way to fix this issue at the moment, is to delete the remote client route from the Exchange server routing tables
route delete xxxx
Can you disable Win 2003 from learning remote routes? Any ideas