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Cisco VPN client through W2K Server NAT to PIX?

Can a Cisco VPN client be made to work through a shared connection using W2k Server RRAS NAT?

I had something similar working when the shared connection was created using ICS on a W2K Pro machine and a dial-up modem connection. Now I've upgraded to ISDN and decided to use NAT on a W2K Server, since the online docs made it sound like the preferred method. However I'm not able to make a VPN connection to the network at work. I get something like "Remote peer not responding".

Anyone have experience with this?

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Re: Cisco VPN client through W2K Server NAT to PIX?

The pix, can not terminate vpn clients that passed thru PAT. For the moment, only vpn3000 has the feature that it can accept clients that pass thru PAT by some form of udp or tcp encapsulation.

This feature is planned to be in the 6.3.X future pix code.

Regards,

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