I am sure I tested this previously and found it work but today when I am testing the routing seems to fail - as a background my sites have Internet using Prisma Remote networks and also backend MPLS connectivity
I have all my Remote sites - with static advertisements
192.168.1.0/24 - Site A
192.168.2.0/24 - Site B
192.168.3.0/24 - Site C
192.168.4.0/24 - Site D
I have my data center with static advertisements - set at a Service connection
192.168.95.10/32 - Service Connection - Domain Controller
192.168.95.11/32 - Service Connection - Domain Controller
192.168.96.0/20 - Remote Network - User Browsing
192.168.0.0/16 - Overlapping Cover subnet (tried both Remote and Service Networks)
so when I am a mobile user I connect to Site A for resources - if the Internet or prisma Remote Network fails it should call back to the covering subnet in the datacenter as that static route is class as down if the tunnel monitor is also down?
I am sure months ago I tested this and it worked like a treat - but now I am testing with remote and service networks and it does not want to let the DC take over when the site remote network for Site A is down....I am sure this was working
if it fails back to DC then I can use the backend MPLS to route this traffic until the remote network is up
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