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PPTP VPN client to PIX can't access internal networks more than 1 hop away.

Hello all,

I have the following scenario:

Windows

PPTP------Internet ----- PIX---(1.1.1.0/24)---Router------FR Link ------- Office A.

client

Tunnel goes up and I can access anything connected on subnet 1.1.1.0

from the PPTP client but I don't see Office A.

The PIX has an IP address pool (on the same net 1.1.1.0) to assign to VPDN

clients and routing is working fine. The router has a default gw pointing to PIX inside interface.

So, the question is this: When I have a VPN tunnel I am supposed to have access to only the local lan where the PIX is terminating the tunnel? Or I should be able to see anything behind the PIX provided routing is setup properly?

TIA

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Re: PPTP VPN client to PIX can't access internal networks more t

Hi there,

You should be able to access any network the PPTP terminating device. So in your example, you should be able to get to Office A if routing is properly setup and there is no filtering being done

Jazib

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