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Actually the issue was much simpler to fix. The remote VPN endpoint was NATing
the non-VPN traffic to my Frame Relay. I just had to NAT my Frame Relay to the
Internet on my ASA

Thanks for all your help!

Craig Van Tassle wrote:
> I have a ASA 5510 and its not routing my vpn's properly. I can get from my vpn's
> to anywhere on my lan.. but I cant get to the net from my vpn's.
> I have 4 VPN tunnels. One over the Internet, and 3 over a Frame relay network.
>
> The Internet one is not working at all.. it connects but does not route any
> traffic. The VPN's on my Frame connect but do not route traffic to the Internet.
>
> I'm at a total loss as where to go with this.
>
>
> Attacked is my current config (ip's and password have been changed)
>
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