DHCP Relay through a Pix 501 to a VPN Conncentrator 3005
I am trying to get a pix 501 connected to a VPN Concentrator 3005 to give out ips leased from our central dhcp server connected to devices via the internal interfaces. This is our setup in the office:
Catalyst 4506 with 7 vlans. The DHCP server is on on vlan (192.168.10.3 is the IP of it) The VPN concentrator is on another vlan (192.168.40.11 is the ip of it). The concentrator has an external IP that I wont post, but it is on a T1.
Using the software cisco vpn client for win2k I can get a 192.168.40.x address, so I know dhcp relay works through the concentrator. What I cannot get to work is dhcp relay then through the pix.
What I ultimatley want is for a computer on the pix to be a part of the 192.168.40.x vlan, and another device (an IP phone) to be a part of the 192.168.20.x vlan (the voice vlan)
Here is the config on the pix, xxx.xx.130.122 is the external interface on the vpn concentrator.
I dont see this so much as anything to do with the conventrator, rather just the pix, but maybe I am wrong. I am willing to look at other ways to do this, including static IPs. I just dont know of a way to get the phone to work without talking with the dhcp server.
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