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Possible to pass IPX traffic?

Dumb question perhaps but I would like to know. Is it possible to somehow pass IPX traffic through a VPN connection if you have a concentrator? I know you cannot do it if your VPN connections terminate at your PIX, but if you had a concentrator, would that make a difference? I have a Novell server that I want people to be able to access if they VPN to us...

Any thoughts? Thanks y'all.

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Re: Possible to pass IPX traffic?

You can tunnel all kinds of stuff thru GRE. You would need to figure out how to make a GRE tunnel though - cisco routers can do it. If one end of this connection is end user software though, I can't think of a great solution. Can't you get Novell running IP?

Matt

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Re: Possible to pass IPX traffic?

Well...One end will be end user software. It would be nice if I had some hardware at each end, but I don't presently.

We are going to switch to Novell 6 soon...but in the meantime, the IP on our Novell 5 isn't working the way I want it to. Anyways...Thanks for the suggestion. I will look more into that!

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