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Can you create a site-to-site VPN without access to public IP?

My first thought was no, but I realize the ASA has many tricks... Here's the scenario.  Our HQ office has an ASA 5510 with full access to internal and external IP's.  We have a small group of remote users that are working from a shared office suite and they only have Internet access by way of internal default gateway.  Using a VPN client is not desirable due to many other devices requiring access to HQ.  Is there a way to create a site-to-site VPN from this remote office space back to HQ (ASA 5510) if they have no access to the public IP address on their end?

Thanks!

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Can you create a site-to-site VPN without access to public IP?

Hi,

If you are coming via internet, you need to have a public ip (static/dhcp) in order to establish s2s vpn. Not to side track your questions, but even if there is a way to to do this, your shared office user traffic will be traversing through rest of the users traffic (till the point of encryption) and this is wil be a security risk.

Thx

MS

Can you create a site-to-site VPN without access to public IP?

Hi,

Both VPN endpoints must be able to reach each other.

In order words, basic connectivity is required.

Please keep us posted.

Thanks.