I am having some config issues with a new vpn tunnel with are trying implement using CenturyLink's VPN extensions service which is basically a CL managed VPN router into our MPLS network.
So I am able to get a tunnel up at the remote site to teh VPN extension, but I am not am not able to have ther other local subnets access the tunneled subnet unless they go over the vpn. (Config is below).
So the mile high view is this, we have 4 subnets at the remote site, VLAN 1 is for workstations, VLAN 2 is for IP Phones, VLAN 3 is for IP Cameras, VLAN 4 is for printers. The site has a DSL circuit and a MPLS T1 circuit. Ideally the goal is to have VLANs 1, 3, 4 ride the DSL an VLAN 2 ride the MPLS, but at the same time be able to failback to the other should a circuit be down. So we are starting small since CL is not too great with thier product either. I have VLAN 3 running over DSL, but when I try to ping from VLAN 1 to VLAN 3 it has to go over the MPLS network even though VLAN 1 is Gig0/0.1 and 3 is on Gig0/0.3.
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