It you provide some details about what you have done and specifics of what is not working then we might be able to provide better answers.
Since you have told us nothing about what platform, what version of code, and nothing of what you have configured all I can say is that in general 2 IPSec VPN connections on one interface works. The general approach is that you have only a single crypto map. In the crypto map you have one instance (one sequence number) for the first connection and a second instance (another sequence number) for the second connection.
I already did all that. Thing is I don't have ANY LOGS. He really don't tell me anything, on one router or the other, with debug crypto ipsec and debug crypto isakmp for that tunnel. For the other one, they DO tell me something.
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