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  • Site to Site VPN with VLAN's

    This is what i am trying to do (please see attached image):

    Site to Site VPN
    Site A has 2 VLANs
    one Site A VLAN needs to VPN into one VLAN in Site B
    second Site A VLAN needs to VPN into one VLAN in Site C

    Is that possible using the ASA5505? If so, what are the things i would need to consider. Also, would you suggest doing it a different way?

    And if it is not possible, what do you suggest?

    Thanks in advance
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    Re: Site to Site VPN with VLAN's

    Anyone??

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    • #3
      Re: Site to Site VPN with VLAN's

      It's not necessary to bump the thread. If somebody has something to contribute, they will do so.
      Gareth Howells

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      • #4
        Re: Site to Site VPN with VLAN's

        You can try the following : create both site-to-site VPNs and use policy routing to decide next hop address considering the IP Source (something like : if IP Src is part of VLAN_A subnet, then next hop is Site_A; if IP Src is part of VLAN_B subnet -> go to Site_B)

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