PIX-to-PIX VPN with remote VPN client config assistance
I am trying to generate a configuration for the central PIX firewall in a PIX-to-PIX VPN arrangement with remote (dynamic) VPN 3.x clients. I have consulted numerous Cisco configuration websites, but I' still unsure of the proper configuration for this scenario.
According to the documentation I've read, you use a dynamic crypto map and open IP address statement for remote vpn client key exchange:
How do you reconcile these two seemingly inconsistent configurations to allow remote clients with dynamic addresses access the same interface on the central firewall as the remote host with a static address?
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encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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