We have a strange setup and I'm trying to get IP SLA working.
We have Location1 with an ASA5512 connected to a 2921. The 2921 connects to our ISP via ethernet and to Location2 via bonded T1's. Location2 has a 2801 connected to an ASA5505. Because the 2921 at Location1 is outside of the firewall, we are using VRF to route the traffic for Location2.
The problem is I cannot get a ping to work from the ASA in Location1 to anything in Location2. I can use ping tcp to specify a source address and get a response from Location2.
Any thoughts on how to get IP SLA working with this setup? I'm happy to share any configs.
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