Well, I have been trawling the Cisco web site for months, but to no avail for a down to earth explanation of how to make a Cisco VPN clinet dialup to the Internet and connect to a LAN .
As i said I have a PIX501 and also an 827 with IOS to run a VPN on that.
I just want to prove a point that Cisco can provide a VPN connection in this simple fashion, before my 3Com contact arrives with his VPN devices that he says are v simple to configure and makes me an offer to trade off the Cisco gear in return for 3Com.
I fear that there is no where on the Cisco site that actually demonstrates how to configure my simple requirement - have you seen anything that helps?
I want the 827ADSL router to pass thru VPN traffic.
If I can get the solution to work effectively, We will be able to offer this as a fairly cost effective solution to initially at least 6 SMEs who have broadband and whose director's want to be able to work from a home location as opposed to driving in to theie respective offices. SO there is money to be made by both sides here - meaning me and yourselves at Cisco.
To clarify, I have 1 static WAN IP address for the ATM interface on router, and an internal network 10.0.0.0 on the ethernet to the PIX which then by default has a 192.168.1 network on its inside interface.
Hi, Check out these two pages on the Cisco web site. The first one here shows how to pass VPN traffic through a router with another router, PIX or Concentrator behind it using the PAT address off the serial interface. Pay close attention to the IOS releases they are working with here to make sure you are runnning a version that is supported.
The PIX 501 has v6.1(4) on it. I have a client running 3.5.1 software (confused! is that this 3000 VPN client??)
Anyway, that client dials in to the internet and its IP address is always unknown to the PIX, because the user always moves about the country for example.
Forget the border router scenario for now, I use a ADSL modem that passes all traffic from the internet to the PIX.
That modem has an ethernet interface to the PIX which is 10.10.10.0 network and then the PIX has a 192.168.1.0 network on the inside.
I have tried the PIX configurations as on the samples but the client never connects to the VPN.
Can I ask, has anyone at Cisco ever done this before?
Sorry for being flippant but it seems that if my customers don't have megabucks to get in VPN concentrators etc etc, then they cannot have a Cisco solution. As I said the UK 3COM is coming week after next armed with OfficeConects and Superstack VPN boxes to show me and my engineers how its to be done easliy and simply - can you actually advise me my next step?
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