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NAT on 6509 with a twist

Currently I have a remote site that has an internal ip address of There are a few clients from this net that connect to our HQ using VPN client software and terminate on a PIX 501. The problem is they need to connect to boxes that are on a HQ internal network of So for a quick fix we droped in this PIX 501and placed the inside interface on a vlan with an address of ( connects to a 6509) The VPN clients send to & 65 then on the vlans we NAT them over to & 7 address. I want to migrate our remote site connections like this: I have a remote site with some users connecting with VPN client software to a PIX 525 at our HQ. The internal IP of the remote network is, the problem is the network that they need to connect with internally at HQ is also The PIX 525 connects to a 6509 and we have multiple VLANs off of this which holds the HQ internal Re-addressing is not an option for now. I need help on how to setup NAT on the 6509. It has MSFC & PFC not 2. I hand out to the clients when they connect over the VPN. However as you can see the will not route off net. Any Ideas would be a great help!!


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