Hello @James Davies,
This is a really good example on how to do it and all the ACLs changes you need to do on all of the ASAs: http://www.packetu.com/2012/01/23/asa-l2l-vpn-spoke-to-spoke-communication/
Checking your post, it seems you have a problem with the S2S between A and C but in essentially you have problems with thwe traffic that is being sent to Site C. You need to look for the ESP packets in order to verify if somethin...
It will be better to create 3 NATs for each one of them since you will a problem with the NAT if you do it that way, for example:
If the traffic is originated first from 100.100.220.20 is not going to take 10.3.10.10 instead it...
Hello @Dimitri Brems,
Based on this link, the ASR 900 Series support the configuration for IPSec and you should be able to build the VPN tunnels.
Now I think your question is regarding this link, since it only shows the license scheme for ASR 9...
Hello @Richard Delaney,
As far as I know, there is no way you can perform this solution. The SBL button will appear on the login part but that entirely depends on the user to click on it or not, basically as you said before it is training that wil...