ASA cannot create multiple tunnels to the same peer address?

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    We have several remote sites with Linksys WRVS4400N and Smoothwall firewall/vpn devices. I need these sites to be able to connect to multiple dis-contiguous internal subnets at our main office. This was easily done between smoothwall and linksys with only a single external IP address on each side. You create a separate tunnel on each end for each subnet pair and voila, you’re done. However, when I tried this on our newly installed ASA 5510, it will not let me create multiple tunnels to the same remote peer address. This is a problem since these sites only have a single static public IP address. Am i missing something or does the ASA not allow connections to/from multiple subnets from a site with a single peer address? confused.gif

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