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Site to Site VPN behind NAT

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I need to setup a site to site VPN between two location, one of the locations has my VPN appliance and ASA 5505 NAT-ed behind the ISP router

ISP----NAT-Router-----ASA5505----LAN

The NAT is a one to many NAT.
The Site to Site VPN will be an IPSEC vpn.

My questions is can i setup the point to point in these conditions? i'm pretty sure i will need to setup some port address translations if it can work, the question is which ports will i need?

Thanks
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Question by:curwengroup
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Yes it can be done like that.

You need to PAT/NAT port udp 500 and 4500 and your Remote VPN concentrator must be setup for NAT-T VPN connections.
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Exactly what Donboo said.

With NAT you need to enable NAT-T (Nat traversal).
Traffic is send over UDP port 500/4500.
IPSec can then travel over NAT...
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