We have two sites Site A and Site B
Site A has internet and Site B needs to access the internet from site A
I am using OSPF and both sites can see routes to the other site
Site B has the IP address of site A's end of the point to point as the Gateway of last resort however Site B cant access the internet still
When I do show ip route 0.0.0.0 it points towards the ip of site A's end of the point to point
I need to urgently solve this
Thanks in advance for you help
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Tracing the route to 220.127.116.11
VRF info: (vrf in name/id, vrf out name/id)
1 10.120.20.22 0 msec 9 msec 0 msec
2 * * *
3 * * *
this is the address of Site A's end of the point to point
What does site A go through to get to the internet? Does it redirect traffic to another device like a firewall or another router? What's site A's gateway of last resort?
Your firewall needs a route back to site B. Does it have that? If not, you'll want to create a route on it pointing to it's next hop internally..possibly switch?
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Site B core switch is conncted to switch 10.120.20.22 which is in site A and is then connected to the core switch in site A. The firewall is also connected to 10.120.20.22. Would I put the next hop as core switch or 10.120.20.22 ?
Yes. Put your route pointing to site b and the next hop as the .22 address. If your core knows how to get to site b, you should be good to go.
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1. Check if your Firewall has route back to Site B
2. Check if FW is configured to Allow the Site B IPs and configured to NAT those IP Addresses
I can ping IPs on site B from the core switch and firewall on Site A
The firewall does not have any restrictions to stop Internet access from any range
Is your firewall natting? Do you have the range that site B hosts listed in the firewall to be natted? What type of firewall is it? Since you can ping from the firewall to site B, it's not a routing issue...
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