I have a problem with setting up Cisco MCM environment that I hope somebody can help me with.
I have three networks connected with two Cisco 2621 routers. Let's call networks 1, 2, and 3, and routers A and B. Router A connects networks 1 and 2, and B connects networks 2 and 3.
On both routers, gatekeepers are configured and local zones created at addresses A2 and B3, serving networks 2 and 3 respectively.
On the router A, MCM Proxy is enabled and tied to interface A1. The goal is to mask both networks 2 and 3 from users on network 1.
On the router B, IP routing is enabled, and static route is configured for the network 1 using A2. (The only reason for this route is to reach the proxy interface which is A1). On the router A, IP routing is disabled, and default gateway is set to B2.
On both routers, both local and remote zones are configured, with their respective prefixes.
On router A, default proxy usage settings are set to "use proxy" for all types of calls. However, additional rule is configured as "no use-proxy" for both inbound and outbound terminal calls to/from zone B.
Now, what is wrong. When I make a call from zone B endpoint to a zone A endpoint, everything is connected properly - endpoints communicate directly. However, when I call from zone A endpoint to a zone B endpoint, the call is using a proxy.
What did I do wrong and how to set it up to have calls in both directions (from A to B and from B to A) to not use the proxy?
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