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I have created a site to site vpn bewteen a Cisco ASA 5510 and a Cisco RV042.  The Cisco RV042 is using a dynamic IP address.

I had the tunnel up and working perfectly. Then I created a second tunnel to the ASA for different subnet since the RV042 only allows one subnet per tunnel for protected traffic.

Once I did that both tunnels would come up but no traffic would pass over either. I removed the second tunnel configuration on both the ASA and RV, no change. I removed the entire setup on both devices and rebuilt the site to site just has I had before with just the first tunnel. No change.

I see the tunnel come up but the ASA shows 0 Bytes TX and many Bytes RX.

Total confused

I am fairely new at this. I am pretty comfortable in the ASDM, not so much at the command line.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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can you post a suitably santized copy of the ASA config
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Well I decided to give up on the RV042 and switch to using an ASA5505. The RV042 only allows one protected subnet per tunnel. So I will give you the points just for offering to help. :)
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Thanks
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ASA to ASA is much easier :-)
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