VPN 3000 Tunnel and routing

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Aug 13th, 2009

I have a VPN Concentrator 3015 with a tunnel connecting to a VPN Concentrator 3030 across a T1. The tunnel's parameters are setup and verified to be accurate. From the 3030's network, I can receive traffic but not send. I have added the routing statement needed to send traffic from (the 3030 network) to the VPN's local interface. Even when I can see the tunnel is up, when I try to ping to the other side I receive "TTL expired in transit". Because my internal network is, would this mean that I need to add NAT statements within my VPN concentrator to correct this issue? TIA

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sziaulla Thu, 08/13/2009 - 11:32

TTL expired message is indicating a routing Loop. Can you pls draw the topology with the subnet?




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