I'm trying to set up multiple one person remote offices using the ASA5505 as a Hardware VPN client but I'm getting some mixed results.
First off, let me describe my network- I'm running out of IP addresses at the office network (192.168.230.0) so I'm putting all the remote users (Hardware VPN client and software VPN client) on their own network (192.168.235.0) and routing it to my network through the ASA 5520. I have one interface on the ASA with a 192.168.230.16 address and another interface 192.168.235.1. The setup works fine with one Hardware VPN client connected but when I connect another one, they both drop packets erraticly.
I have one Hardware VPN client with address 192.168.235.2 and it assigns an address 192.168.235.3 to a computer and I hardcode an IP address (192.168.235.4) to an IP phone. I've got the other Hardware VPN Client as 192.168.235.5 and it assigns a computer an address 192.168.235.6.
When I'm trying to ping the 192.168.235.6 computer and the IP phone (192.168.235.4) from the office, I can see packets are being dropped and some ping responses received fine.
I'm using both of these devices in NEM so I can connect to the computers at the remote sites.
Do I have this setup correctly?