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VPN client 3.0 to Cisco 2600

Hi everybody,

I create this connection between the client software to the 2600, but my quesiton is, is it possible to use the internal subnet as the address pool when the client create a connection from outside. Since my office has mutiple gateway, all the server are not pointing to the cisco 2600 as default gateway, if i could use the internal address as the address pool then i wouldn't have to worry about the routing problem. any suggestion would be appreciate

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Re: VPN client 3.0 to Cisco 2600

tkpsimon,

Using the same address pool as the internal subnet is not recommended at all. You would run into proxy-arp issues. If you have multiple routers on that subnet, then advertise the client address pool as a routing protocol route to other routers to fix the routing issues

Jazib

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Re: VPN client 3.0 to Cisco 2600

Hi Jazib,

Thanks for your reply, I think you might have mis understand my question, what i mean was the address pool subnet is going to be the same as internal address, like...172.20.0.0/16, and my pool address is going to be like 172.20.2.0/16. and nobody on the local LAN is going to use these address.

i just don't know how to config the part that NO-NAT these VPN traffic from outside. sorry for the confusion at the beginning. look forward for your reply

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