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Site-to-site vpns w/roaving users

I was wondering, if you have two PIX515e's configured with a site-to-site IPsec tunnel, can you also have the following configured:

* Another site that has a broadband connection that does NOT have a static IP (DHCP provided by the ISP)

* Roaving user with laptop; again, DHCP client

We are running the PIXOS 6.3-3, and are runninng into some problems in our lab. I haven't found any docs, so I was hoping the community could possibly help.

Thanks,

Chris

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Re: Site-to-site vpns w/roaving users

You can have the broadband site connect to the PIX using EasyVPN, however, note that you may have some routing/connectivity issue due to the PIX ASA engine. I would suggest moving to a IOS based VPN instead, unless you have a pure hub-spoke VPN infrastructure and you don't mind not having spoke to spoke connectivity.

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Re: Site-to-site vpns w/roaving users

Yes, it will be a complete hub-and-spoke VPN infrastructure. The remote sites only need to get access to data from the hub network. There are no services in the spoke networks.

What routing/connectivity issues are you referring to? Also, do you happen to know of any document from Cisco that outlines how to do this?

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