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Vpn and Vlan's routing issue

Hello Gentlemen,

I have a bit of a problem! I have a pix 500 series that connects physically to a 3560G switch. Switch has two Vlans (Vlan1 and Vlan 10). Pix internal ip address is 10.160.8.3, 3560G switch ip address is 10.160.8.1 (Vlan1) and 10.160.7.1 (Vlan10).

My problem is that PIX can ping any device that is on 10.160.7.0 network, but when I VPN in I can't ping 10.160.7.0 network.

I think I have configured the PIX with the right static routes?! I am confused why PIX can ping 10.160.7.0 network and VPN client can't?

Please help!

I appreciate any suggestions!

Thanks

Marius

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Re: Vpn and Vlan's routing issue

You need to make sure your VPN config on the PIX covers the networks from both VLANS.

Also check your internal routing to make sure that there are routes in place to cover your PVN client pool.

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