I have a Core 6513 connected to ASA-VPN Firewall where I have defined my user pool for remote VPN Clients 172.16.1.0.
6513 is connected to Distribution Layer switch 6509 with Layer II Trunk.
6509 DL switch is connected to one of my WAN 7206 router for one of the Branch Locations.
I have created static route 172.16.1.0 in 7206 router pointing to my DL 6509 switch. How do I route 172.16.1.0 from DL switch to my Core 6513 since the connectivity between Core 6513 and DL 6509 are connected via Layer II Trunk. Routing is failed because of this and wondering how to resolve this issue.
I thought that since Core 6513 and DL 6509 are connected via Layer II Trunk, DL 6509 would be able to send route 172.16.1.0 directly to ASA-5520, but it didn't happen. I then statically added 172.16.1.0 in DL 6509 pointing to ASA-5520 interface, but no luck.
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