Here is the situation.
I am the network 'admin' here at a franchise office of Trane systems. We are trying to set up a VPN system so we can connect remotely in the field to our storage servers.
I brought my PIX 506-E in from home to test the VPN connection. I can connect to a remote computer when I configure it to the same IP settings of the PIX off the network. But when I put it one the network I can't 'see' any of the domain computers from the remote machine.
IP Config tells me I'm on the same domain, DNS servers, WINS servers, and subnet as the office network but it only lets me ping the Linux machine we have set up here. The fact all the entries are correct means the PIX is pushing the right numbers to my remote client. The remote client is a domain computer that I hooked up to a wireless Sprint card, something I've done before with another domain and it works perfectly.
It sometimes lets me ping another terminal server we have here but it only gets one ping, the rest time out.
I really have no clue what to do right now. The PIX is on a separate subnet as the network because the PIX is using a DSL connection and wont let me translate port 80 for our server on *.*.*.128 subnet.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.