We are trying to add an additional LAN-to-LAN IPsec VPN to our network. We currently have one remote office connected, when we configure the second VPN matching the first the tunnel never begins to establish. There is an ACL that is dening the static IP for our remote office.
The layout is as follows:
Main office = ASA 5520
Remote Office A = ASA (Unknown Model)
Remote Office B = Adtran Router
All devices have static IP addresses.
We used the ASDM VPN wizard to create both VPN's.
We have created a rule allowing all traffic from our remote office IP, and that had no effect on the VPN aside from eliminating the following message from our logging:
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