If it is from the inside network (eth1) going to the DMZ (eth2) to get to the MPLS network then you should not have an issue. Are both sites set up this way? The problem occurs when (6.X and below) the networks are located off of the same interface. Sounds like you should be good to go in your scenario. All you will need is a translation and some rules. Are the networks you want to run via MPLS currently sent through the VPN?
It is, i want to route my internal networks to (eth3) in this case and over the MPLS to the Pix at the other end. They are exactly the same networks that are going through the VPN, which was a temporary solution.
Can you give me some pointers on the translation and rules?
Also there is another remote site as per the attcahed diagram. At the moment i'm tying to connect A - B, and also hope to connect A - C over the MPLS.
Now the BT router has been installed at C but is not yet connected to the internal PIX. Will that be an issue connecting A - B, ie do all three sites have to be connected for the MPLS links to converge?
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...