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VPN and overlapping networks with DMZ

Hi

I've got an accesspoint (192.168.200.53)connected to a 501 PIX Firewall. On the Firewall I NAT the Accesspoint to 192.168.110.53. The Firewall is connected to a 836 Router where a VPN to a PIX 515 is configured. The 515 PIX has a DMZ with a FTP-Server (192.168.200.200) attached. Currently I am able to reach the accesspoint from the Inside interface of the 515 PIX. But I can't reach the accesspoint from the Server attached to the DMZ. So how can I configure this? Is it possible?

Regards

Peter

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Re: VPN and overlapping networks with DMZ

if i understand the issue correctly, the host tries to access the ftp serve 192.168.200.200 itself has ip under 192.168.200.x.

so if the other end device can nat/pat the ftp server ip from 192.168.200.200 to 192.168.201.200; whereas the host is also natted to something else.

i guess this is pretty complicated to setup and troubleshoot. the simple solution is to re-configure the ip scheme.

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