ASA: IPSec Tunnel to 880 Router Sitting Behind DSL Modem

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Jan 28th, 2010
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Please give me a sanity check on whether or not I need to request from the ISP a hard coated ip address in order to make the following work:


ASA at headquarters and 880 router in a remote home office sitting behind a DSL modem. All I see in the documentation is the need for the peers to be clearly specified by IP address.


Please point me to the document if there is some other method to do this or I am reading things incorrectly.


Thanks in advance.


Paul

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Jon Marshall Thu, 01/28/2010 - 11:18
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pmccubbin wrote:


Please give me a sanity check on whether or not I need to request from the ISP a hard coated ip address in order to make the following work:


ASA at headquarters and 880 router in a remote home office sitting behind a DSL modem. All I see in the documentation is the need for the peers to be clearly specified by IP address.


Please point me to the document if there is some other method to do this or I am reading things incorrectly.


Thanks in advance.


Paul


Paul


Well you will need a static IP for one end but the other end can be dynamic eg -


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk583/tk372/technologies_configuration_example09186a0080094a87.shtml


Is this what you are asking ?


Jon

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Thanks, Jon. A "5" from NYC for helping me keep my sanity.

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