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Site to Site VPN Configuration - Both sides same Subnet

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Is it possible to configure Site to Site VPN with Cisco ASA 5510 Where both sides has got same Subnet. ?
From Subnet A , I need to access some Servers in Subnet B ,  Can I do natting at Subnet B , solve this issue?

Appreciate your help

Manu
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I'm pretty sure this can't be done, the subnets need to be different on both sides so the ASA can tell which traffic is meant to be encrypted, if you have the same subnet on both ends the ASA can't tell the difference between traffic. Since VPN's don't work well with NAT I don't think that will be a feasible solution.
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Thank you Donmanrobb , with your experience and knowledge,  your reply sounds pretty confident to me, and I accept it.

Thanks again,
Manu
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It is incorrect though.  You can do it, but you have to NAT both sides.
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Agree with Voltz-dk, you certainly can do it if you nat both sides.

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