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Internal traffic on Router


We have a site-site vpn created between our ASA and our cisco router.

When on the cli of the router you can only ping internal remote networks by using ping x.x.x.x source x.x.x.x

The problem this is causing is that Websence and Waas express that run on the router cannot communicate with the remote end.

  • LAN Switching and Routing
VIP Super Bronze

You need to advertise the

You need to advertise the subnet that for Websence and Waas on to the remote vpn device, so they can reach these devices.

New Member

I dont understand why I would

I dont understand why I would need to advertise the remote subnet when the vpn does this already. If I connect a laptop to the router, i can successfully contact the remote waas and websence devices. From the cli i cant.

VIP Super Bronze

When you connect your laptop,

When you connect your laptop, you probably have a different source IP address then when you try from the cli.

What is the laptop IP address and what is the outgoing interface IP on the router?

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