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Site to Site VPN between (statis) Asa 5510 <-----(internet)------> (dynamic) rv042

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Is it even possible to set up a Site to Site with a 5510 and a rv042?

Without dynDNS.

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Perhaps this will help: http://www.mattiasholm.com/node/15
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