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SITE to SITE Tunnel with FQDN

Hi

I want LAN to LAN tunnel between ASA and 1800 with FQDN i.e peer=ccde.vpn.com for 1800 and support.vpn.com for ASA rather than using peer ip addresses in 'set peer .. ".Is this possible to use FQDN for tunnel peers ratehr than ip addresses ?

Thanks

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Re: SITE to SITE Tunnel with FQDN

Yes it's possible but there are a couple of caveats. The name must be resolvable and the ASA can not use DNS so you will need to use a static name command (kind of defeats the purpose of using a name). Other than set set the peer to the name instead of the IP. You will also have to set the identity to hostname under your isakmp profile.

Hope that helps.

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Re: SITE to SITE Tunnel with FQDN

Hi Collin

i am looking for the name to be resolved over an internet if my peer is your router at your location then I have to put colin.vpn.com and I have no clue what ip it has and it is possible they may change the ip from time to time...so static name command doesn't really help

Re: SITE to SITE Tunnel with FQDN

I agree, but that's the only way an ASA can resolve names (that I know of).

Re: SITE to SITE Tunnel with FQDN

I just ran across something-

dns domain-lookup inside

dns server-group DefaultDNS

name-server 10.101.1.50

name-server 10.101.1.53

domain-name mylocal.lan

Looks like it can do DNS.

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