i've got a CISCO ASA 5525-x on my desk and have a little problem to resolve:
The ASA should connect to eight different locations via VPN over IPSec L2.
Everythink work fine, but one of the connection makes me crazy:
Both, the inside-network behind the ASA and the inside-VPN network on the other side have the same subnet (192.168.112.0/24).
How can i connect them without IP-address changes on one side? As far as i know from other manufactors, its (should be) possible with N:N mapping, but: how can i configure this at my ASA? I've never find any clue in the manual how to configure it.
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