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CSPM+NAT+VPN

Hi,

I try to configure a VPN using CSPM. BUt the problem is why i can not use using PAT if i configure for VPN. But I try to configure VPN, there is a command, NAT 0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0, it means that there is no network will be translatet, but if i remove the vpn configuration, there is a command Nat 1 0.0.0. 0.0.0.0, it means that all network will be translated, what's wrong ? I use ESP for IPSec protocol...

thanks

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Re: CSPM+NAT+VPN

Policy Manager is probably not allowing you to configure your PIX with VPN & PAT because the PIX currently does not support IP Transparency like the concentrators do. You must use a valid NAT translation for the VPN. If you are tunneling between two PIX’s or a router and PIX, all your hosts can appear on the remote network or visa versa without NAT but encrypted through the site-to-site tunnel. You should work with one of the configuration engineers at Cisco to walk you through this.

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