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Site-to-site VPN Between Two PIXes 501 With VPN Client Access

Site A and site B are connected with Site-to-Site VPN between two PIXes 501.

Site A is also configured for remote VPN client access. If a remote client connects to Site A he can only get access to the LAN of Site A, he can't access anything behind PIX on Site B.

How is possible for a VPN client connected to Site A to get access to Site B?

Thank you very much.

Alex

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Re: Site-to-site VPN Between Two PIXes 501 With VPN Client Acces

Bad and Worse news:

Bad: PIX's not running the 7.0 series can not route traffic out of the same interface the traffic is recived. Version 7.0 resolves this for ipsec traffic.

Worse: PIX 501's can not be upgraded to 7.0...

A couple of things to think about would be upgrading to hardware that can run the new IOS or enabling an R.A. VPN on site B.

HTH please rate if it does.

Thanks

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Re: Site-to-site VPN Between Two PIXes 501 With VPN Client Acces

Bad and Worse news:

Bad: PIX's not running the 7.0 series can not route traffic out of the same interface the traffic is recived. Version 7.0 resolves this for ipsec traffic.

Worse: PIX 501's can not be upgraded to 7.0...

A couple of things to think about would be upgrading to hardware that can run the new IOS or enabling an R.A. VPN on site B.

HTH please rate if it does.

Thanks

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