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  1. Would , Remote Access VPN work with dynamic ip address within or behind Comcast module ? I tried, it did work.

  2. Hi Max,

    What is the comcast module? :slight_smile: You can use dynamic IP addresses, it's no problem.


  3. Thanks Dear.Many Thanks

  4. gurrav says:

    Hi Rene,

    I have private ip address in the outside interface connected the ISP, and DMZ interface have public IP for diferent service. then the question is:

    Can do I use a IP public address from my pool of DMZ for get up my VPN remote access?

    how do I make this ?

    best regards

  5. Hi Gabriel,

    It is possible. Most devices, including the ASA firewall, support NAT traversal for IPsec.

    Is your public IP addresses NATed 1-to-1 to the private IP address that your ASA uses? If so, give it a shot.


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