To elaborate slightly: By using aggressive mode I can get the ASA to use a tunnel-group which has a name, not an IP, but I cannot figure out how to get rid of the destination in the tunnel definition, e.g.
Just for grins, I asked our partner for pre-sale help (since this is for a planned project), and was told that whether or not VTI on ASA can support a tunnel destination that is DHCP assigned is a post-sale, TAC question.
So ... buy it, and we'll tell you then if it works or not.
We're moving forward with a small router to terminate these tunnels on, at least I know that works. And nicely it supports EIGRP, so no need for BGP redistribution.
I'm working on a project that includes basic router configurations. I configurated everything including: line console 0, line vty 0 15 and secret passwords. There are 3 routers in the network and every LAN is going t...