I have what i think to be a routing question. Below is an what i see to be the problem.
MPLS (to remote site) Firewall Cisco ASA 5510 (Between Network and Metro E)
The MPLS is connected to the network switch on the inside of the firewall, i know that is not the way it should be but that is what i stepped into when i took the role. All internal devices look at the mpls router (172.16.1.1) for there default gateway. This morning i was working with our ISP for the metro E and found that if i run a speed test with my gateway setup as 172.16.1.1 i only get around 2mbps upload, if i change the default gateway to the firewall i get between 9 and 10mbps upload. Working with the ISP they are thinking that there is something with the ASA causing this to slow the traffic down.
I have check the speed from all the other networks on the asa and do not have the same problem, the test comes back with about 9.5mbps both up and down.
I have posted the running config of the firewall, can someone look over it and see if there is anything that i might be missing or need to change?