I have 2 offices (primary site and dr site) with an ASA 5505 in each. From the primary site I have a VPN configured to a third party site. The 3rd party site also has an ASA 5505. There is a NAT pool configured on the 3rd party ASA which nats the main sites ip range to 10.94.0.0/24 and then it gets routed to its destination.
Primary site - 192.168.192.0/22
DR Site - 192.168.10.0/24
Third Party - 10.10.10.0
I want to configure the DR ASA to terminate a VPN to the 3rd party site also but if I try to use the 10.94.0.0/24 NAT pool the ASA will not support it.
So my question, Do I have to configure a different NAT pool for this to work or is there some piece of magic I can do to utilise the existing nat pool.
the reason the nat pool has to be there is becuase the to access the services on that site the source address must be from the 10.94 pool.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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