I currently have a PIX setup at SiteA and a 1720 router at SiteB. There is a LAN-to-LAN tunnel between the 2 sites. If I was to setup a second tunnel at SiteB terminating on the 1720 router, will it be possible to configure the tunnels so SiteA also has access to the customer VPN tunnel?
I would also want to have VPN tunnels that terminate at the PIX (SiteA) to also be accessible from SiteB.
Would it just be a case of configuring the crypto ACL's for the traffic?
I think that helps. From my understanding of it, for the customer VPN tunnels that terminate on the 1720 and that need to be accessed from behind the PIX, I should only need to modify the crypto map acl's and the NAT0 acl's. The same interface traffic issue doesn't apply in this case. Is this correct?
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