I've posted my config below. PCs are using ASA inside interface (10.5.69.254) as their default gateways and ARE able to access the Internet via the outside interface (x.x.x.170) without any problems. Here is the challenge I am having : I need to route a particular network to a router @ 10.5.69.238 (that is on the same subnet as my inside interface) so I have added the static route "route inside 63.x.x.0 255.255.255.0 10.5.69.238 1". I am able to ping an address on the 63.x.x.0 network when sourced from the ASA's inside interface (10.5.69.254), but I am not able to ping 63.x.x.0 from a PC using 10.5.69.254 as it's default gateway. Any ideas? Could the issue have something to do with the ASA not allowing traffic to be routed out the same interface it came in (PCs gateway is 10.5.69.254 which is the same interface that forwards traffic for the 63.x.x0 subnet to router @ 10.5.69.238)? HELP !!