How do I route the PPTP traffic from vpn clients to get to other networks on my "inside" interface? They connect fine but can only see the subnet that the PIX is on. PPTP clients are assigned addresses from say the 192.168.25.0 pool and the subnet that the PIX is on is 172.16.10.0. How do I route to say the 192.168.20.0 subnet on the inside net? Do I add a route for the pptp addresses on the PIX or my internal routers or am I missing something else?
Sounds like you have two subnets on your inside network. If this is the case you will need to specifiy in the pix a default route to get to the remote subnet. Is there a router before the pix on the inside of your network? (router-pix-internet). If there is then the route should point to the interface that is directly connected to the pix.
Also in the router you should have routes defined to get to your other subnets. Hope this helps.
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