Question : Remote site unable to ping / connect to multiple subnets on home corporate network

I am currently on-site at our remote site (after an office move), trying to troubleshoot a long-standing issue of the remote site's subnet (192.168.2.x) unable to ping / see / connect to a couple of subnets on our corporate network (192.168.3.x and 192.168.5.x).  

Our remote site (192.168.2.x) can connect and ping our primary corporate subnet (192.168.1.x) by virtue of the site-to-site VPN and ACLs and route statements that are configured correctly.

We have a Cisco ASA 5510 on 8.3.1 on the home corporate network (Marlboro) and a Cisco ASA 5505 on 8.3.1 on the remote site (DC)

So, what I'm trying to accomplish:

* Allow remote site's 192.168.2.x subnet to connect and ping 192.168.3.x and 192.168.5.x on home corporate network

* Allow home corporate site's 192.168.1.x subnet to ping and connect to remote site's 192.168.4.x (just-added subnet).

I have attached the configs of each firewall.

home corporate network config
remote site network config

Answer : Remote site unable to ping / connect to multiple subnets on home corporate network

It's not a good idea to store bmonth, byear or age, those should all be calculated from the single bdate column.  

You would be better off writing a query to get that information using a query.  That way do you don't have to worry about updating the database on a regular basis.  

As soon as you update the table the data becomes out of date.  

Your query will always be up to date when ever you run it.

To Calculate Age:
SELECT DATE_FORMAT(FROM_DAYS(DATEDIFF(NOW(),date_column)), '%Y')+0 as Age from table;

To Get the Bmonth:
Select monthname(date_column) from table;

To get the Byear:
Select year(date_column) from table;
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