I tried to configure VPN+NAT(overload+static). It could not work....Is CSPM not intended for that configuration ?? when I tried to configure NAT then configure VPN, I didn't see the configuration for vpn in the command section ....and when I tried to upload to PIX...I didn't see such command for VPN purpose ..... Can Somebody help me please
CSPM 2.3.2.i does not include the firewall/vpn enhancements that are required to allow this type of IPsec configuration. You will need to use the 'f' train which is available for download. The only thing to consider is that if you are also managing IDS with, you need to continue to use the 'i' train for those sensors.
Install another CSPM server and use the 'f' train for the firewall/vpn maganement. This software can be downloaded if you have a cco account from the following location:
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