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I have been having some trouble getting an L2L VPN working between two exactly the same Cisco ASA5505s. Now it's only the VPN between these two particular sites, as the VPNs work fine between the other ASA5505 without any issues.
Both ASAs are running 9.2 version. There is an existing VPN connection from both of these ASAs to another site, both work fine, just not from this site back to remote office.
When I look at the log of the remote ASA, it says that my local ASA's IP has been seen as a spoofed IP and thus the connection denied. What could this be and how can I get around this? I do not have any IPS modules on either sites.
2Nov 03 201410:03:17Deny IP spoof from (86.x.x.x) to 81.x.x.x on interface outside
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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