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Cisco ASA multiple local peer IP addreses for L2L VPN

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I am trying to create VPN tunnels between my ASA and the AWS environment.

I already have one tunnel up and running successfully but I now need a second tunnel from  a second AWS environment to the same ASA on my side.

This seems to be a big no-no within AWS.

I can't have more then one tunnel from AWS to the same remote peer IP address.

I therefore need to setup a second peer IP address on my ASA in order to get the second AWS tunnel up and running. My ASA is currently using the IP address of the Outside interface as the peer address.

Am I able to configure my ASA with more then one public IP address to use for VPN peer connectivity and, if so, how do I go about implementing that ?

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The tunnel configuration only defines the other endpoint; your local endpoint will always be the interface with the route to the far end.

You can accomplish what you're trying to do on the ASA only if you have multiple gateways/ISPs.  In that case, you could configure your routing so that one tunnel goes over one ISP (with that interface's source address), and another tunnel over the other ISP (with that interface's source address).




To accomplish this using just one ISP, you will need multiple VPN routers; fortunately, they need not be very powerful, depending on the volume of traffic.  Chances are, an 800-series router would be perfectly able to handle the traffic, and you just have to publish UDP 500 and UDP 4500 through your ASA.
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