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overlapping networks and vpn client 4.x with concentrator

Hello

We have a local network 10.1.1.0 and a remote network with 10.1.1.0 . If I connect with a vpn client 4.0.3D to a 3005 concentrator I can't reach the remote network. When I clear the local route with "route delete" in W2K on my client then I can reach the remote network, except the ip address of the physical, local interface (10.1.1.2). But this can't be the solution.

I know, for site 2 site vpns I can enable nat, is there also a nat-feature for vpn-clients on the concentrator or some other workaround?

thanks for help

Andre

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Re: overlapping networks and vpn client 4.x with concentrator

when the vpn client connected, it gets IP address from the pool and assigned to the client so it does not matter where it is connected from, but if this is behind the PAT device and NAT -t is not enabled in the concentrator, it will connect but

will not paas the traffic. please go to the Configuration | System | Tunneling Protocols | IPSec | NAT Transparency, check the box of " IPSec over NAT-T"

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