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Hello everyone,

I have problem with a VPN tunnel setup. We have an ASA 5510 and we have setup VPN access for users from outside. It works fine. The problem comes  up when configuring Amazon VPN tunnel on it, and where Amazon instructs you to execute this command

crypto map amzn_vpn_map interface outside


once this is executed, VPN tunnel comes up, but our vpn users cannot connect anymore until we map again our crypto map to the iterface outside, which in turns brings the VPN tunnel to Amazon down.

The solution might be simple, but I am no expert.
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you can only apply one crypto map to the interface "outisde".  What you need to do is create the Amazon map config in your existing map using a new sequence number.

Here is an example.  Sequence 10 is the first crypto map and then 1000 is used for the secondary.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/9297751/applying-multiple-crypto-maps-interface
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Thanks,

That did the trick.
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