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VPN setup and routing

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Sep 27th, 2005
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I will have 2 remote sites connecting via dsl to a vpn router at my main site. The vpn router will sit between our border router and our pix.


site1 -> 837 --> internet --> 7200 -->2800(vpn) --> pix --> local lan


What kind of routing do I need to do on the 7200 and the pix to make sure that all traffic gets where it needs to go?

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spremkumar Tue, 09/27/2005 - 20:50
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hi


would suggest to chek out with static routes in all your boxes.

Just the default of your 7200 towards net and internal network pointing towards your 2800 ethernet ip.

and in your 2800 default pointing towards 7200 and the internal networks pointing towards your pix interface.

we had similar kinda setup done for our customer except a seperate VPN router in place.


since you have less no of boxes in place i suggest for static if u still want to go for some igp then check our for ospf which can also help u out .


do revert if u need more details on the same..


regds


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