first of all, you probably are a user of MPLS services provided by a provider to your company/your customer so the title of your post is misleading as none expects a linksys to support MPLS !
A better title would be " extending internet access to a branch office from central site"
The ASA configuration has to be updated in order to perform the following operations:
- NAT of addresses of remote site (192.168.1.0/24)
- static route pointing to the local router to reach the IP addresses of the remote site (again 192.168.0.0/24) a route is needed of the ASA will not be able to route packets on the return path from internet to remote site (192.1681.0/24)
the RV042 on remote site needs a default route over the MPLS link
the RV042 on central site needs a default route to ASA and a route for 192.168.1.0/24 over the MPLS link
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