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Quick VPN Q. from a novice....

This is about routing on a pix 506E...

This device is just for the vpn between offices. There is one network attached to the inside interface, and 3 that I need to connect to across the vpn. My question is if I set a default route to point to the outside interface, what is the address of the next hop that I have to put, i.e. route outside 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 x.x.x.x?

Is it:

a) the interface address

b) the next hop's interface address

c) the vpn peer's address?

Also, do I then need a route for the connected subnet? Again, what is the next hop? e.g. route inside 10.1.0.0 255.255.0.0 x.x.x.x

I understand this on routers but I have read conflicting info regarding Pixs and I'm not used to them.

Thanks,

J

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Re: Quick VPN Q. from a novice....

1. b)

2. no

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Re: Quick VPN Q. from a novice....

1. b)

2. no

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Re: Quick VPN Q. from a novice....

Thanks for your help!

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