Have the following problem after inserting a PIX: location1 cant reach location2, and location2 cant reach the internet. RIP is default and passive. The config worked when a Win2003 did the route. A trace to location2 shows in the PIX log as missing route, however the route table exists.
Just one more question to clarify. You say that the clients should receive local RIP from pix. What do you mean by this. Do the clients have routes to location 2 or when they want to talk to location 2 does traffic go via pix (which is what your first post seems to suggest).
If traffic has to go via the pix then it loosk like it won't work from your topology as the traffic would have to go in and come out out on the same interface. You can't do this with pix v6.x. You can do this with v7.0 but unfortunately pix 501 will not run v7.0.
Does the traffic actually do a loopback ?? As I said we replaced a Windows 2003 server that had routing enabled. I don't know if the clients got the routes added or if the traffic went in and out at the same interface then.
I do however have an ASA 5505 in stock - are you saying this one would work better?
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...