I am not clear what default gateway you expected, what default gateway you got, or what was no correct about the gateway. Perhaps you can clarify?
In my experience many people are surprised that the gateway address is the clients own address and not some other address in the subnet as we normally expect with a LAN client. But this is normal behavior on what is essentially a point to point connection from the client to the concentrator. Is this perhaps what you were thinking was an error?
I'm having a similar issue- no matter what vpn pool I use the ASA intermittently assigns wrong gateway. Say I assign vpn_pool of 192.168.2.100 - .110, the ASA assigns gateway of 192.168.2.1 to VPN client. Then after a few minutes, it will show up blank...then revert back again.
Makes no difference what the pool is assigned i.e. 192.168.1.x, the ASA gives .1 as the gateway.
I've got split-tunnel enabled and when the ASA assigns the wrong gateway, clients lose internet and can't access some network drives.
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