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Site to Site VPN Tunnel - Cisco ASA

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I have an ASA 5000 and I need to set up site to site VPN Tunnel.  I have multiple address inside my network, but in a secquence 111.123.124.13 -15 and 31-35 and 41 - 46  Since they are all basically the same can I get a way with 1 tunnel and all these addresses or do I need to build 14 different tunnels?  I plan on using the GUI for this it's alot easier.
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First, if you are trying to access all addresses 111.123.124.xxx (that is all addresses in a subnet), you just need to set up this end with subnet addressing. I do this with Juniper and Cisco RVxx but I have not done it with Cisco ASA. I am sure you can do it.

Second, if you are trying to access very different IP addresses (external) then you would need one tunnel for each.
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Thanks that's what I'm going to do.
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@WellingtonIS  - You are very welcome and I was happy to assist.
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