We have added our second WAN circuit into the ASA. However, I can't ping the new gateway or the test destination from the ASA. No ARP entry on the new interface. Is this a licensing/version issue or I'm missing something?
I don't think its a problem related to licensing at all.
Not seeing any ARP behind the new interface is a clear problem.
I would double check that the new public subnet on the new interface is correct. I would also confirm that the gateway IP address is correct. Since if its not then naturally you wont see anything in the ARP.
So the first thing would be to confirm the section between this new interface and the actual ISP gateway for that interface.
I have a feeling that the ASA is not connected to the right port on the provider router. That could happen when your provider is in Amsterdam and your remote office is in Sao Paulo and you are managing the turn up from California. Just wanted to make sure no special configuration is needed on the ASA before dispatching another tech.
P.S: Yeah we should upgrade it for sure. It doesn't even support Packet-Trace command :-|
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