My company has setup the PIX 506E Firewall to be accessible by users remotely. We have setup by grouping to access to different server.
My problem is when I am connected to the internet via a broadband connection, I am able to login and access to authorised servers. However, when I am connecting to the internet via 3G connection, I am able to login to VPN but unable to communicate with the servers.
When I am connecting via broadband connection, a dynamic IP is assigned in the range 60.xxx.xxx.xxx. When I login to VPN, secondary IP assigned is 192.168.xxx.xxx which is my office IP address range.
When I am connecting via 3G internet connection, a dynamic IP assigned is in the range of 10.xxx.xxx.xxx. When I login to VPN, I still got the office IP range 192.168.xxx.xxx.
Please advise whether is there any settings that I need to change/configure in the PIX Firewall or what could be the reason of this problem.
Many thanks in advance.
I guess, you fat fingered the command.
isakmp nat-traversal 20
isakmp net-traversal 20
Try that out.
Telnet to PIX firewall.
go to the enable mode by typing "enable"
then type "config t"
Follow steps from 3 to 5
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