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Port translation and IPSEC

Hello,

It is possible to build a VPN tunnel between a Router 831 and a concentrator 3000 when the traffic is going accross a ADSL router using a port translation?.

What I have:

1. the Router 831 will get a dynamic extern address (from adsl router)

2. the ADSL router nat all intern address to one address (PAT, port address translation)

3. I need to split the traffic.

So on the same ADSL extern public address, I will have the IPsec traffic and the non-encripted traffic.

Is it possible and how? (L2L, Easy VPN?), Can I configure the 831 router, that he send the IKE and IPSEC traffic on tcp 10000 as a VPN client?

Thanks Gael

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Re: Port translation and IPSEC

I found the solution.

Hi everybody, for people interested.

If you want to use nat overlapping (PAT), then you can use easyvpn and configure Nat-T on the concentrator (System -> Tunneling protocol -> Ipsec ->Nat-t).

It's maybe possible to create a tunnel without easyvpn when using PAT (see http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/471/vpn3k_iosdhcp.html

) but for me this solution only work with static nat and not port translation, but I may be wrong (correct me if I am).

Cheers Gael

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