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Forcing NAT-T on Pix 6.3(1) to VPN 3015?

My provider seems to be filtering protocol 50 and I'm trying to get a VPN tunnel established between a Pix 501 running 6.3(1) and a VPN3015 running 4.0.1C

The ISAKMP SA comes up just fine and even negotiates the IPSec SA's, I just can't pass traffic.

This was working before they started blocking protocol 50 (damn Comcast cable internet provider)...

NAT-T won't come up because it doesn't believe that I'm going through nat (got a public address on each side...) is there any way to force NAT-T to negotiate so it encapsulates my traffic in UDP (port 4500?)

I really don't want to have to get a VPN3002 hardware client at home to have my site2site vpn running.

-J

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Re: Forcing NAT-T on Pix 6.3(1) to VPN 3015?

I guess you can at least ask your ISP to open 50 port, they may do it if you request

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