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ASA5505 with base license, can more network objects be created with the given available vlans?

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hi experts!
can I create more network object for vpn tunneling?
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by:Don Johnston
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Not sure I understand the question, but the number of objects isn't limited by the license.
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by:mwauki
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thank you, Don!..  ok. knowing that,  so if I create more objects, can I route them or have them access the internet as well? or use them for tunneling for vpn?
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by:Don Johnston
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Yes.  The primary limitations for the base license is the number of users and VLANs.
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by:mwauki
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haaa ok. great!!  thanks much, Don!

what does it mean by, vpn peers:12?  does that mean I can have 12 tunnels?
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by:Don Johnston
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"vpn peers: 12" ?

Where are you seeing that?  IIRC, the base license allows for 10 VPN sessions.
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by:mwauki
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shows on the information on the license tap on my asa5505
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VPN peers means you can have up to 12 VPN connections - including remote Access or site to site.

Regarding "objects" - ASA counts how many internal clients Access public interface - this is where you Will hit limit if you have base licence with 10 users. You can have then 50 or unlimited users - with licence upgrade of course.
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by:mwauki
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wow! thanks Matt... now,  I'm actually seeing the light at the end of the tunnel... much much appreciated for your explaination and so at Don.
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