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Hub and spoke IPSEC redirecting spoke traffic out the hub site

I'm sure that this can be done. I have Cisco PIX appliances at a few branch offices and a main PIX firewall at a central office. I have all of talking to each other via IPSEC tunnels. I would like to direct all IP traffic from the branch offices to go via the IPSEC tunnels and out the Internet from the main office. Basically, disable split-tunneling at all the branch offices and force the traffic to into the main office via the IPSEC tunnels and route back out to the Internet. I hope this makes sense and I'm just not sure how the routing part will work. Could someone please help me understand this part.

Thanks.

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Thanks. That's what I thought. Now, I have to upgrade the memory and the software.

Thanks again.

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