I have trouble connecting a Level3 DIA (Dedicated Internet Access) to my 3560 switch. It works fine if I connect it directy to the outside interface of my ASA5540. Since I have a single internet handoff I need to connect it to a switch in order to implement a ASA failover configuration.
All I did was assign the same vlan to to ports on the 3560 that are connected to the Internet handoff and the ASA outside interface. There were no errors on the switch but ASA was not able to ping the dfgw anymore. I just want to make sure I did nothing wrong before I bring it up to Level3.
Thank you for your input. I went through the same steps several times but still not able to make it work so I thought I'd missed something. I'll do some troubleshooting with Level 3 tomorrow and we'll see how this turns out. I'll keep you posted. Thanks again.
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