how to configure VPN with ADSL line

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cryogeniusP

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hi
I've ADSl line and PIX 506E in my HO and I need to configure a VPN connection over a ADSl line to connect to two BO.
BO are also having ADSL lines
no fixed Ip at either side.
I hear it's possible to configure VPN by dyndns.
I hope somebodu knows how to do ti.
please help me.
 

zx10guy

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I assume HO means home office. What does BO mean?

Are you setting up a LAN to LAN tunnel or are you looking to set up a remote client to PIX connection?
 

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I assume HO means home office. What does BO mean?

Are you setting up a LAN to LAN tunnel or are you looking to set up a remote client to PIX connection?
Dear HO means head Office and BO means Bracnh Office.
this is not a lan to lan VPN, it's VPN firewall ti firewall (PIX).
all the three location have ADSL line with Dynamic IP.
 

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I call it a LAN to LAN tunnel which is synonymous to Site to Site tunnel. I looked around on my ASA 5505 and couldn't find any option which would allow a domain name to be used for the peer identifier over an IP address. It actually makes sense. If the IP changes due to a DHCP lease setting, then your tunnel is no good any ways. I think you're only option to get this working is to get two static IPs.
 
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