We currently have a very basic hub and spoke setup with our ASA 5505s (8.04). Site A (192.168.60.x) has a two way tunnel with SiteB (10.10.50.x). Site C (192.168.40.x) has a two-way tunnel with SiteB (10.10.50.x). Traffic can get between A and B. Traffic can also get between C and B. No worries there.
Due to a security restriction, I cannot create a tunnel between A and C. I was wondering if SiteA could get to SiteC THROUGH SiteB since B is the "hub"? Would it be a 'nonat' statement? Perhaps a routing statement on SiteB?
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