Currently setting up DMVPN Between one hub and spoke. We use all static routing. I successfully created the tunnel and am able to get into our internal network from the spoke lan. However, I am unable to get any internet access.
Here's the static routing on the spoke:
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 <ISP Gateway of spoke>
ip route 192.168.48.0 255.255.240.0 <Hub Tunnel IP>
In our old site-2-site scenario, we would simply point the default route to the Tunnel interface and then the traffic would flow that way and then statically route any other data we want to go elsewhere. However, I've noticed in this scenario that is not the case. Also, when I go to point the default route somewhere else than the ISP Gateway (even to the Hub tunnel ip), I lose all connectivity to the Hub lan.
Basically, I just need all traffic from the spoke to traverse the tunnel to the hub, where all resources and internet access will come from. Any advice would be appreciated!
Gah. Knew it was something simple. Actually, following step 1 that you laid out seems to have fixed my issue. Internet is now going through the Hub and access to the Hub LAN is still there. I think I may have been close, but had mixed up the ISP IPs and ISP gateways. Probably did the wrong combination.
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