I've been struggling for quite a few days now getting a VPN connection to work.
Two offices need to be connected to eachother with a VPN. Both sides have a WAN cable connection.
The tunnel between the locations comes up fine but communication fails in almost any way.
The hosts cannot ping eachother and also from inside the router and ASA pings fail.
The only ping that will work is from inside Site2 to the inside interface of the router on side 1 (192.168.1.100 to 192.168.0.250)
NAT works fine on both locations from behind the router/asa.
I think I'm doing something wrong with routes or access lists but after 7 days, numerous reloads, resets, driving from one end of the state to the other to reset stupid moves breaking and resoldering my console cable and completely facory-default things starting over for like 10 times, i'm through, i honestly do not know where to look anymore...
Site1: has a cable-modem which gives out a WAN IP address with DHCP
This modem connects to a Cisco 878 Router (Fastethernet0)
The router serves as a DHCP server and NAT gateway for the office and provides vpn connectivity to the other office
Site2: has a cable-modem/router (Cisco 3925), which does NAT, this modem/router gives out a class-C private IP address (192.168.178.x)
This modem/router connects to a Cisco ASA 5505 (Fastethernet0)
The ASA also server as a DHCP server and NAT gateway for the office and provides vpn connectivity to the other office.
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