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PIX VPN with windows 2000 client

I used to have my firewall setup so that windows 2000 clients could VPN into it and it was working fine. I recently configured the Firewall so that it would connect to another PIX firewall in a PIX-to-PIX configuration. That part of it is working fine, but for some reason my windows 2000 clients, once connected, cannot ping any hosts on the network. When I remove this command from the PIX the Windows 2000 client can then ping through.

crypto map transam interface outside

(After this is removed windows clients can ping through).

My access lists look fine and when I check them it shows that they are being hit.

Any help with this would be much appreciated.


Chris Neeser

P.S. I used to configure the PIX-PIX VPN and to configure for the Windows 2000 clients

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Re: PIX VPN with windows 2000 client

I'd suggest having a TAC engineer look over your config.

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Re: PIX VPN with windows 2000 client

Is the ICMP leaving the PIX and not getting back? If so, make sure you have a route to your VPN IP Pool. It's a little hard to tell without seeing the config.


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