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Linksys BEFVP41 to CISCO VPN 3030 VPN Concentrator.

The LAN to LAN vpn tunnel is working fine. My user in the remote office using the Linksys can connect to the CISCO vpn using the LAN to LAN. They have access to hosts on my xxx.133.0.0 network. The problem I have is the remote office cannot connect to hosts on the xxx.253.0.0 network which is part of my network. They have no problem connecting to host on the xxx.123.0.0 network.

Can linksys handle connections to Multiple subnets on the same network?

What do I need to do to enable access to the xxx.133.0.0 and the xxx.253.0.0 networks through the Lan to Lan VPN tunnel?

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Re: Linksys BEFVP41 to CISCO VPN 3030 VPN Concentrator.

For answers to LinkSys questions you might want to contact LinkSys, you'll probably get a better response.

Does the xxx.253.0.0 network have a route back to the network behind the LinkSys, that eventually leads them to the Private interface of the VPN3000?

Does the Local network(s) you have defined for the LAN-to-LAN tunnel in the VPN3000 include the xxx.253.0.0 network, and is this network defined as a remote network in the LinkSys.

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Re: Linksys BEFVP41 to CISCO VPN 3030 VPN Concentrator.

I am about to do exactly what you have just done. I would be grateful if you could email me the details how to configure a VPN tunnel between the Concentrator and linksys.

Thanks in anticipation of your help

Regards

Guillermo

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Re: Linksys BEFVP41 to CISCO VPN 3030 VPN Concentrator.

can you e-mail to guillermo.menendez@ace-ina.com ?

Thanks

Community Member

Re: Linksys BEFVP41 to CISCO VPN 3030 VPN Concentrator.

I hate to post a "Me too" message, but if you could post what you did to the forum, we could all benifit.

Thanks!

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