I may be wrong. But logical answer is yes, two asa's can be configured to create an ipsec tunnel as if they are geographicaly miles apart.
you just assign you logical ip address and then create the ike phase 1 and ike phase 2.
hope this helps, if you need more in depth on how this is done. I think a cross over cable will do the trick as like devices use crossover cables if memory serves correct.
ok, I am planning on following this tutorial at packetlife.
looks like a cool lab not done a one on asa before but looks very similar to one on a router over internet the config almost the same. you could actually do that lab in gns3.
if you have a ios of a pix which is very similar to the synaxt of asa.
The lab shuld be ok with you physical connections I think you need to configure routing also. Sorry I can' t offer much more help hopefully someone on here will assist. but looking at that lab you can just do it.
you'll need 4 cables and routing set up for end to end connectivity.. tunnel group command is additional on asa I didnt use this command setting up site to site on routers.
ya, I figured there would be a lot more work then just connecting the two asa 5505's toegether, but wasn't sure. I thought maybe it would work. Could I do the same lab in gns3 with that asa ios? You said I could do it with pix, but I am trying to learn asa, so will that work?
you can do it on asa with a lot of fiddling around.. youtube asa gns3 set up. plenty of videos how it is done. personally I just used a pix as the commands are very simple.
you tube this. and you'll see some good videos of it