I'm trying to setup a site to site VPN connection between our corp office PIX and a remote Windows 2000 RRAS server. If I'm using the command:
ip local pool bigpool 192.168.35.1-192.168.35.50
and a Windows 2000 RRAS PPTP connection picked up the address 192.168.35.5, through it's Internet connection. and the RRAS server also had a LAN subnet of 172.16.28.0/24. How do you route back through your PIX so you can see resources on the RRAS server's LAN segment from the Corp office?
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