Okay I have a PIX 515E as my default gateway on the LAN side (172.22.0.1) . I have a Cisco VPN 3002 with the LAN side being 172.22.0.3 and the PIX its default gateway .
I have a Cisco 2621 router on a Sprint Clearline (Point to Point T-1) that has a LAN address of 172.22.0.4.
The 3750 Switch is 172.22.0.5 and is the backbone switch.
I have a LAN to LAN IPSEC VPN that the 3002 runs where it routes 192.168.10.0 to the DG of the WAN side of the VPN 3002 WAN interface .
Currently I have static routes on the 3750 as follows:
192.168.2.0 -> 172.22.0.4
192.168.10.0 -> 172.22.0.3
18.104.22.168 - > 172.22.0.17
I have to add route statements to any computer on my LAN side that needs to connect to any of those networks. I know that my verision of the PIX will not redirect routes on the LAN side. I plan on upgrading here shortly to ver 7 of the software.
Can the 3750 do the routing or what is the best solution??
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