Our problem, not all connected networks could be arrived by the default gateway.
network a 30.x.x.x ==> FW1 ==> FW2 ==> ACS 20.x.x.x (network a could be arrived by default gateway)
network a 30.x.x.x ==> FW1 ==> FW2 ==> ACS 20.x.x.x (connected to interface x)
==> network b 10.x.x.x (connected to interface y)
Now we have the problem, that network b 10.x.x.x send his acs-request to the ACS network 20.x.x.x,which is direkly connectet to FW2, but the response from our ACS will be send through the default gw, which is at FW1. Now the FW1 drops our packets, tcp out of state.
It is possible to add more route to the appliance than the default gateway, or must we add a router to solve this problem.
This is technically not supported but if this is a requirement and there is no other work around you can open a TAC case and we may be able to help you out here. We do have ways of doing this as a last resort.
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