I should probably start by explaining the topography. We have two different Internet connections with separate firewalls. One is an ASA, and one is a Meraki. The default gateway for all the servers behind the firewalls is the ASA (10.100.200.1).
The problem I am having is that we have a site-to-site connection on the Meraki (10.100.200.2), and the traffic destined for the subnet (192.168.100.0) on the other side of the site-to-site connection can't find its way because it is trying to go through the ASA's default gateway (10.100.200.1).
If I set a static route on the server that is trying to send traffic to the subnet (192.168.100.0) to use the Meraki's default gateway (10.100.200.2), it works. How do I set a static route on the ASA so that any traffic that comes through the ASA uses the Meraki's default gateway to get out?