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IP address maping via VPN tunnel

Hello everybody.

In the attachment you can find the picture of my network topology.

I have two ASA5505 and L2L IPSec tunnel between them. On the left, there is a server with 10.1.1.254 ip address. I want hosts on the right to access it via 10.1.2.254 address. I mean, users would think that the server is in their network but it will be not - all the packets destined for that address would be passed to 10.1.1.254. How to achive that?

Please help

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IP address maping via VPN tunnel

Hello, i solved this problem in my network environment when create manual routes statics between the gateway of server and gateway of other network that you want connect, ex: on server 10.1.1.254 in prompt command type: route add 10.1.2.0 mask X.X.X.X 10.1.1.1 -p

This will force your server to see other network permanently. Try it.

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Re:IP address maping via VPN tunnel

Hi imie,

That would not be possible since your destination IP lies in the same range as your local network, the firewall would simply drop it.

Regards
~Harry

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