I have some general questions about VPN groups getting addresses assigned in different subnets.
I have seen posts about having RA clients getting addresses assigned in different subnets than the ASA interface subnets are in, but I an not quite sure what needs to be done to accomplish this.
If my ASA inside address is 10.1.1.0l, how do I get a client to have an address assigned in the 192.168.1.0 subnet?
When I have tried this, I can get an address, but I can not ping anything, I am thinking because I have no default gateway assinged in my subnet of 192.168.1.0.
I have looked at the below link, is this what needs to be done?
I have no available interfaces on our ASA, but I do have some logical interfaces assigned.
Do I need to create logical interfaces in the subnets I want the clients assigned?