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multiple subnet VPN

Client currently has multiple Cisco ASA 5505, site-to-site VPNS. I have configured the fortigate, and tested it and it works. The site to site VPN' s require their LAN subnet and their VoIP network to go over the VPN' s Remote networks are 15.0, 20.0, and 30.0 I have created the VPN tunnels with the wizard, and have multiple Phase 2 selectors. The main networks 15,20 & 30 work, but the VoIP network doesn' t work. It' s probably something to do with the policies, I have added the Phone network to the VPN policies, but I don' t think I did it right. What should I check
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Just wrote a new post about this I have had the same issue, it is very difficult to get multiple subnets to work this way. One option is to use a larger subnet that covers all three or use more phase2 one for each subnet.


Please create one phase2 for each subnet behind the Cisco per phase1. No address names, address groups. Supernetting would be nice but usually not viable.
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