Basically, I want to know if this is possible with an ASA5510.
I know in my experience, I've been able to do some internal subnet routing with the ASA's, but for some reason I can't get this one to work.
Basically, I have an internal network of 192.0.0.0 that I want to have a route to another external network of 162.xx.xx.0 for which there is a router on site. Unfortunately I have no access to that router, and the owner of it will NOT change the config, period.
Currently the only way to use that router and transmit data through it is to use separate computers on a 162.xx.xx.0 subnet.
The client would like to use 192.xx.xx.0 machines to access that network, as well as the VPN users on the 172.16.0.0 network.
I have added a static route to the 162.xx.xx.0 network pointing to 162.xx.xx.1 which is the internal IP of the untouchable router.
I also added ACL entries to allow traffic between 192.0.0.0 and 162.xx.xx.0 as well as a static (inside,inside) statement for 162.xx.xx.0
What else am I missing, or is this even possible?
I know just adding an internal router into the equation is the easiest solution, but I'd like to avoid that if possible.
Diagram of network is attached.