VPN tunnel problem

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Daniel Voicu Sun, 02/04/2007 - 23:05


This is a NAT problem.

You need to make sure you have NAT 0 in place ro traffic between vpn pool and local LAN (nat 0 (inside) acl NAT0), and NAT/PAT from the vpn pool to external public IPs (nat (inside), global (outside)).

Please rate if this helped.



This is how our network is layout.

CISCO 1760>LAN>PIX515 INTERNET > Eclipse SUPPORT software vendor.

This cisco 1760 router has only one interface. This was only for support to get in to our network. I already have the nat (inside) 0 use for the remote VPN user. Is it ok to use nat (inside) 1 for this router? I am new to this. Thanks in advance.


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