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Feb 7, 2011

I have ASA 5505, i configured site to site vpn between central site and remote site and is working. Now the problem is we use remote site for troubleshooting purpose, so we need to create a tunnel from remote site to central site. I need to configure such a way that remote site can craete a tunnel to central site, but central site not able to create a tunnel, it just respond to remote site.

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May 21, 2011

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Nov 14, 2012

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The networks concerned: name 10.0.0.0  Eventual  (HQ Site behind Firewall)name 1.1.1.0  CFS  (Public Network Gateway for Palo Alto Firewall - Firewall IP: 1.1.1.1)name 2.2.2.0  T1  (Remote site - Outside interface of 5505: 2.2.2.2)name 10.209.0.0  Local  (Remote Network - internal interface of 5505: 10.20 9. 0.3)  On a ping to the HQ network from behind the ASA, I get port map translation creation failed for icmp src inside:10.209.0.9 dst inside:10.0.0.33 (type 8, code 0)
 
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There is the IOS Router(R1) and the ASA(F2). In between them is one Internet posing router that is just set up to allow both sides to reach their WAN addresses.
 
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I turned on "Debug crypto ipsec" and "debug crypto isakmp" but no output is showing up or giving any hint that it is trying to establish anything. 
 
R1#show run 
version 12.4
hostname R1
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Inside (10.10.10.x/24) ASA5505 outside (97.65.x.x) ßà (97.664.x.x) outside ASA5505 (10.10.10.x/24) 
 
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