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ASA 5505 need to create Site to site but another is on same network

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ASA 5505 - I need to create a site to site to a 10.0.0.0 network but there is already one to another site using the 10.0.0.0. I don't have access to the one that is already there. I do have access to the main asa 5505 and the new asa 5505 being setup.
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It is not possible to have two site to sites with the same network subnet.  You have to change one of them.
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