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Tunnel to tunnel traffic on Cisco 3030

We are migrating away from our private network to a VPN network. We have an existing 3030 concentrator at our main site and have installed PIX 506s at the remotes. I have the tunnels configured and they are active, but we cannot get traffic from remote site to remote site. All of our remote LANs are on a 10.x.x.x/24 subnet. I configured the network lists on the concentrator and the PIXs to tunnel 10.0.0.0/0.255.255.255. I also have the VPN tunnel default gateway set to our local router at the corporate site. Is this correct, or do I have to break out each network?

Thanks,

Jack

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Re: Tunnel to tunnel traffic on Cisco 3030

I don't really understand what you're saying, but each separate tunnel has to have its own LAN-to-LAN connection in the concentrator. So if you have 5 PIX firewalls, you need 5 corresponding tunnels configured on the concentrator.

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