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VPN client on LAN accessing a remote network

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Feb 4th, 2002
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I have installed the VPN client 3.1.1 client on my pc.We have an internal router, which routes between several VLANS.The vlans are on 192.168.0.0, 192.168.1.0 -192.168.8.0.this router sends all data to a PIX515, which in turns sends data out to our External router(attached to internet).

My PC is on 192.168.2.0/24. The VPN cleint accesses the Remote destination OK, but the problem i have is that the remote destination has the same network addresses as our LAN addresses. IS it possible for me to talk to the remote LAN devices???

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If the addresses are the same on each end then you can't communicate, the devices would try and direct the traffic locally because the destination be be within the same network address. Even implementing NAT won't work because the addresses are the same. You should use a different network address.


Scott

pdentico Mon, 02/04/2002 - 08:37
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It may work if split-tunnel is disabled (depending on your endpoint). Try it and let us know if it works. If not then off to renumbering IP's you go.


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