I create a VPN infrastructure with a PIX 515 (V6.1) and a Client V 3.5.1.
My clients connect to the firewall throught a dial-up connection. They have also an ethernet connection to a LAN. When i create the VPN tunnel, i can't access resources in the lan. I checked the "Allow lan Access" in the properties of the client and i created split-tunneling on the pix.
While the client have a local lan access option (as it is supported on the vpn 3000), the PIX code does support this as yet. It is an enhancement request that you might want to inform your account manager, so they could lobby for it.
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
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