Remote access vpn clients, access to Internet resources
Hello, we currently have a remote access vpn set up terminating on an ASA 5520. Remote access users connect into this ASA and are able to access resources inside of the firewall- the public IP of the ASA is 188.8.131.52. We need these users to be able to access resources natted behind another ASA firewall on the same public IP segment, at IP address 184.108.40.206.
I have gotten to the point where I believe I have all of my Nat/global statements in place, along with my ACLs on both firewalls, but I am not able to make the connection to the server behind the second ASA.
running packet tracer on the second ASA (hosting the 220.127.116.11 server) shows that the packet will be allowed. RUnning packet tracer on the Remote access VPN ASA is showing that the packet is dropped due to :
Drop-reason: (ipsec-spoof) IPSEC Spoof detected
To me, this should be a simple setup, very similar to a company that tunnels all traffic (including Internet traffic) for remote access VPN users. It just doesn't seem like my traffic is getting to the second ASA wioth the remote host.
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