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Routing VPN Networks

Hello,

at the moment im having some difficulties to pass some networks through the VPN to a Cisco VPN Client.


The situation is the following. If have an Laptop with the Cisco VPN client which connects to an 2811. This works perfect. The 2811 has an L2L - Tunnel to a pix, which also works. Now i wanna pass the internal network from the pix to the VPN - Client on my Laptop means the 2811 is in the middle.

How to i manage it that my Laptop is able to reach the network behind the pix ?

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Re: Routing VPN Networks

Hello,

You can pass VPN traffic from your laptop to the LAN behind the PIX, if your VPN client has a tunnel to the router and the router also has a tunnel to the PIX.

What you need to do is include in the rules for interesting traffic the other network.

In other words,

In the L2L tunnel between the router and the PIX, you should include the VPN client subnet.

In the remote access VPN between the VPN client and the router, you should include the PIX's LAN.

Federico.

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