I am trying to connect my cisco software vpn client (latest version)from home, behind an ASA5505(v8.2), to my work VPN hosted by a PIX515(v7.2).
I've attached both logs.
The ASA and the PIX.
The 515 is confirmed to work, if I take the ASA out of the equation the client connects. I have l2l connections on the PIX that were taken out of the log before uploading.
I could set the ASA up as an L2L also, but I really want to understand why I can't get the client to connect if I put them behind an ASA.
I misspoke, I do connect if behind the ASA, and the PIX issues a 100.100.100.2 address from the PIX pool dealer. I can't ping the 192.168.125.x network though, I'm calling it unable to connect.
I tried to run these commands on the ASA:
sysopt connection permit-vpn
crypto isakmp nat-traversal 20
And it seems to accept them, but when I do a show run, the commands are not there. I know these are vital, so if you could help me find out how to fix this, it would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,