I am looking for benefits for avoiding asymmetric routing.
As I understand his question, he is facing issue with routing between both Networks because he installed second ASA (which are in HA) in Routed mode. so whenever network 2 want's to communicate with Network 1's server reply packet's are getting drops due to asymmetric routing.
Why is it happening:
Network 2's server is sending a packet to Network 1 server then as per normal "AND" rule server will reply to the default gateway and main ASA is getting a drop because he is not configured for asymmetric routing. So he found another way and added routes on the server itself.
There is also a solution to allow asymmetric routing on the main ASA but he already designed the network so we would go with layer 3 switch. It will resolve his asymmetric routing issue.
Regards, Deepak Kumar
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