Last night Internet traffic was going from my 2811 router to the Internet via my ASA 5510 (as it should do and in accordance with my route-map policy) but, when I came in this morning, traffic wasn't going via my ASA as my route-map policy specified, it was going straight to the Internet via my Gateway of Last Resort (an SDSL router). When I did a ping between the ASA and the 2811 router, traffic started to be routed via the ASA again, as specified by the Route-Map policy. Does anyone know what caused this to happen?
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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