ASA 5505 initiating a tunnel?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by neicymath, Dec 15, 2006.

  1. neicymath

    neicymath Guest

    For our clients who do not have VPN devices we program and ship a VPN
    device to them. We have been using Nortel Contivity 1010's, but are
    looking to migrate to Cisco ASA 5505's. The 1010's have a setting
    called "nailed up" that causes it to continuously try to build a
    tunnel. This works great for clients who have DSL or Cable with a
    single public IP address. Even though the 1010 is connected on the
    inside LAN, NAT/PAT with the public is not a problem b/c of the nailed
    up feature. Does the ASA have something similar? I tried usuaing NAT-T
    but that didn't seem to help. There are probably changes I could make
    on the DSL or Cable routers that would make this work, but we don't
    want to have to change the client's enviroment in any way.
     
    neicymath, Dec 15, 2006
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