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problem with vpn device

Hi all i have a vpn device that sits behind a natted address in my network, it comes in via one firewall that permits the ports and natted on here, but to get back out using the default route, it takes a different path via another pix, it will not let us ping anything from the internet even though on the other pix icmp is let through inbound, do I need to use a route map so it goes via the pix it came in ?

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Re: problem with vpn device

You can use a route map, but I would suggest using a static route to identify the interseting traffic that needs to be routed to the originating PIX. ex. route inside 192.168.1.x 255.255.255.0 inside interface of PIX.

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Re: problem with vpn device

the route is already set up on the pix, it still didnt work, I have set the route map up on the remote router and now it seems to be working ok must of been the other pix

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