I am a Cisco new guy so sorry for the new guy type question.
I am setting up a 1921 for small office with dual WAN from different ISPs, there is already an ASA5505 doing the firewall and NAT duties, the router is mostly for load balancing with the option for expanded roles in the future. For now I just want to setup the router to enable the LAN to access the WAN, one of the WAN ports (WAN0) will be accepting incoming VPN connections to the ASA and I was hoping to have the rest of the 'regular' internet traffic use the other wan port (WAN1). I have the basic setup of the router done, I can ping addresses on the internet from the router, I can ping the WAN port from the LAN but so far I cannot ping anything on the internet from the LAN.
Should I be using access lists for this? Since the ASA is listening for VPNs from WAN0 should I be using NAT at all?
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