Im hoping anyone can help me because i cant seem to figure it out. I managed to create an site to site vpn between location a an b.
I will be using fictional wan adresses.
Site B is a very simple netwerk. We have a Asa 5505 and directly plugged into this ASA is my computer. I get an DHCP adress from the asa etc. I use the range 192.168.1.0 /24 for this.
Site A is a little bit more complex. I have ASA 5510 with 2 configured interfaces. Outside (Called WAN) and Inside (called DMZ)
The DMZ uses the range 192.168.200.0 /24
Inside the DMZ i have another firewall (UTM appliance) configured at(this is a fictional ip adress) 192.168.200.1
This firewall serves as gateway for the lan and also has 2 interfaces. One on the LAN side and one on the DMZ side. (DMZ 192.168.200.1 - LAN 10.1.1.254) The ASA has a static route configured towards the LAN.
How can i create a site to site from Site A's LAN to SiteBs. I have managed to create a Site to Site to A's DMZ. This works. I can RDP and PING adresses in the DMZ but whenever i try to reach the lan i get no reply. My first suspicion was that the UTM would block it but i cant find anything in its log files.
Would love some input. (i created the site to site using the GUI)
Well it works. Apperiantly i was to impatient.....) as i didnt really change anything. This morning i turned my firewall on and tryed again and at first it didnt work but after a minute or 5 i was able to get through.
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