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VPN issues in a Meshed network.

We have a VPN connection with our CORPORATEOFFICE.

Our CORPORATEOFFICE also has a VPN Connection with a CLIENT. But we don't have a direct VPN connection with CLIENT. That case can we access the CLIENT machines through our CORPORATEOFFICE.

BRANCH (10.1.1.x network) <--vpn tunnel1--> CO (10.2.1.X network) <--vpn tunnel2--> CLIENT (10.3.1.X network)

I would like to whether 10.1.x network can connect to 10.3.x network throught the vpntunnels

Thanks in advance

regards

Thomas

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Re: VPN issues in a Meshed network.

In your diagram, the central PIX is peered with two PIX firewalls. Assuming that your setup is similar, I don't think that spoke-to-spoke communication is possible since PIX is not able to route traffic out an interface it received it on. If you want the two spoke PIX firewalls to communicate, you will need to establich another tunnel between the two spokes.

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