What kind of network are you asking for, i.e. fully meshed or hub to spoke? If its fully meshed then you can not do this with PIX 501 6.3(4), you can do it with PIX version 7.0, but if your asking for hub to spoke then it is possible.
Of course, youll need the apporiate configuration on the peer PIXes for the above to work. The reason for having ACLs 100 and 101 is so that PDM works as PDM database doesnt like same ACL in different locations in the configuration therefore you need to separate the ACLs as I did above.
I hope the above helps answer your requirement. And let me know how you get on or need further help.
1. Is the above config goes in to third Pix location?
No, the configuration is for your central PIX i.e. HQ!
2. What is 10.0.1.0, 192.168.1.0, 192.168.1.35 I am confused because I am using the following internal IPs location 1: 192.168.1.0 location2 192.168.0.1 and location 3: 10.1.1.1
I only used the above IPs as an example you can change the IPs to your requirement.
3. Here in my case which will be the central pix hub.
See answer to Q1 (above).
4. I believe you have seen my both location pix config what basically i am looking for all three locations must access each location.
In this case, you are asking for a fully meshed network i.e. all three locations can send data to each other correct? If so, this can NOT be achieved using PIX 501 6.3(4), youll need to upgrade your PIX to PIX 515 with OS version 7.0 PIX OS version 7.0+ is ONLY available for PIX models 515 and above (at the moment)!
But you can have Hub (HQ) to Spoke (remote sites) as explained in my post plus example configuration provided.
5. I am confused in HUB?
HUB = your HQ i.e. your central PIX (see my diagram on the original post).
I hope this explains your questions and let me know if you need further help/explanation.
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