Trying to use Cisco VPN Client behind a PIX 7.2.2 in layer 2 bridging mode
I hope this is the tright place it was the closest to my problem.
I have a Windows 2000 PC with Cisco Client VPN 4.8 behind a Cisco PIX 515e operating in Layer 2 (transparent firewall) My rule set is attaached below.
What my issue is I connect to a Cisco VPN through the PIX it authenticates fine but then does not pass any data through the tunnel. I remove the PIX and put a linux box with a transparent firwall on it works perfect.
I'm sure there is a config I'm missing and hope someone can help point it out.
Re: Trying to use Cisco VPN Client behind a PIX 7.2.2 in layer 2
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