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VPN Client ver.4.0 over a DSL connection

Hi.

In my corporate network i have configured a PIX 520 firewall with the vpn configuration, so, when i get connected through dial-up connnection there is no problem,

but i have a DSL connection, with a DSL router, the router ethernet interfase has the ip address 192.168.1.1 and my PC the ip address 192.168.1.3 is mandatory that i must have a public ip address for my PC with VPN client software???,

because i have problems, and the message displayed by the software is: "Secure VPN connection terminated locally by the client Reason: The remote peer is no longer responding",

is there any problem with NAT (in the network of my DSL provider? i need a static mapping to a public ip address?,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

thanks for help me.

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Re: VPN Client ver.4.0 over a DSL connection

if you have pix fw v6.3.x, nat/pat is not going to cause any problem, it will auto negotiate UDP-encap.

thx

Afaq

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Re: VPN Client ver.4.0 over a DSL connection

if you have pix fw v6.3.x, nat/pat is not going to cause any problem, it will auto negotiate UDP-encap.

thx

Afaq

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Re: VPN Client ver.4.0 over a DSL connection

do you have "isakmp nat-traversal" in your config on the pix? do you have udp encapsulation checked off on the client

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