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Multiple Site-to-Site VPN connections....

We've started a project to have several ASA5505's connect to the main control room via site to site VPN.  At each location we've been able to have a DSL connection and a static IP range to setup the modem and VPN device.  However 3 locations are only able to get CLEAR WiMax connections however CLEAR does not have but one static IP and that is for it's modem.  All current 5505's can communicate with the control room/each other. Is there a way to get the other 3 in site to site mode using another method?  Thanks for your help it is appreciated.

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Re: Multiple Site-to-Site VPN connections....

Hi Albert,

If the ASA cannot have a static IP address, you can still create L2L tunnels configuring a dynamic-to-static VPN tunnel.

Here's a link for your reference:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/ps6120/products_configuration_example09186a00805733df.shtml

Let me know if you have any questions.

Federico.

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Re: Multiple Site-to-Site VPN connections....

Thanks for your reply. However these devices where bought for us but not with any type of service contract. Therefore I do not have access to this location (gives Forbidden File or Application). Is there any other way to get it?

Albert C. Hernandez

Preventive Maintenance Software Administrator

North Texas Municipal Water District

P.O. Box 2408

Wylie, Texas 75098

Ph # 972-442-5405 Ext 453

Re: Multiple Site-to-Site VPN connections....

You should be able to get to get a good example on google by searching on this:

asa configuring ipsec static to dynamic

Try this link, it should work:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/products_configuration_example09186a00805733df.shtml

Federico.

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