PiX 506 with VPN and TWO IP-Networks in the inside
I got a question regarding a PIX506 with Site-to-Site VPN and TWO IP-Networks on the inside.
Currently I got a PIX 506 running with ONE IP-Network (172.16.200.0/24) on the inside and several Site-to-site VPN-Connections on the PIX. The Remote-Sites access Servers in the 172.16.200.0/24 Network.
Everything works fine.
Now I need to connect a new Remote Site which unfortunately uses the 172.16.0.0/16 IP-Network in his own Network. The Idea was to put a new IP-Network (something like 10.230.200.0/24)on Windows Servers in the inside of the PIX and make the PIX see those and route them through the VPN.
I did not find a solution to do that yet.
Is that possible at all with a PIX 506 and if yes HOW ?
If it is not possible what kind of Hardware would I need (ASA ?)
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