I have a PIX 515e running the IOS (6.3). I am setting up a back to back scenario where the PIX is the perimeter firewall with the ISA2004 connected to the inside interface of the PIX. However, I want to use the ISA as VPN server. Thus, I need the PIX to allow the VPN traffic through to the ISA Server so that it can authenticate and created the tunnel. Here is my config Internet - PIX - ISA Server - LAN (DHCP,AD,Exchange 2003) PIX external: x.x.x.166 PIX Internal 172.17.0.2 ISA external: 172.17.0.1 ISA Internal 172.16.0.253
Pls provide steps to allow the PIX to pass the vpn traffic to ISA. The DHCP in inside network of ISA will allocate IP for Remote VPN clients
Any suggestion or comments welcome and appreciated.
PPTP is enabled on ISA 2004 and MSCHAP-2 as authentication
Without PIX firewall, remote access VPN worked fine.
Did you get this working. We are trying to do the same thing. The PIX config seems simple enough. Static NAT with access-lists permiting the VPN ports to the ISA 2004 server. However, it is not working. Can you post your config with bogus IP addresses?
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