As we're talking about OSPF and PIX7/ASA, is it possible to build larger ospf networks with these devices? It seems that there is only support for one neighbor which makes it unusable in larger deployments. Has anyone experience in running OSPF inside a larger VPN on the basis of ASA/PIX7? We're currently evaluating such a solution for our customer but it does not look very well.
Re: OSPF over VPN between PIX ver.7 and IOS router. Is it possib
Markus, in my case there is one PIX in the central site and IOS routers in the periphery, so I cannot use the pix's feature OSPF OVER VPN. I would need the PIX also in the remote sides.
Nt, the solution applied consisted in adding one more Cisco IOS Routers in the Inside respect to the central site PIX. In the second step I will add another router to permit High Availability. In this router I terminated the GRE tunnel. So the VPN is terminated in the remote IOS (loopbak0) and in the PIX outside interface, while the GRE tunnel is terminated in the remote IOS (Fastethernet0/0) and in the local Router (Fastethernet0/0) connected in the central site intranet, where the pix connects its own Inside Interface. Between these two GRE tunnel interfaces can pass OSPF.
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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.
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