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Overlapping subnets joined via VPN - possible w/o NAT?

Hello,

I need to setup a VPN connection between a PIX 501 and a 506 to facilitate a remote demo of my company's product. Here's the scenario:

We have multiple components which will go to the remote site. They are currently on 192.168.80.0/24. Normally it would not be an issue since we could simply reconfigure their IP addrs. However, one of the components going to the remote site MUST stay on the .80.0/24 subnet because it has to communicate with it's controller (also on the .80.0/24 subnet) and has no facility for an external default gwy (don't get me started on that topic). Unfortunately, we can't move the controller to the remote site either.

What I am looking for is a way to setup a vpn cnxn between the remote and local site, and then just forward all traffic from each side to the other. There will be no duplicated addresses between the two sites, so if this is possible, it won't cause problems.

Thanks in advance for all responses.

Trey

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Re: Overlapping subnets joined via VPN - possible w/o NAT?

All,

I have figured out a work-around for this which doesn't require a spcl cfg on the PIX.

Thanks to anyone who has already spent time researching a soln.

Problem solved.

Trey

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