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Where do you configure subnet mask for VPN client by using "ip local pool"?

Hi,

When you set up Cisco VPN client on PIX515 v 6.3(3), network mask can't be added. e.g. "ip local pool ippool 10.1.1.1-10.1.1.10". "ip local pool" automatically use 255.0.0.0. I would like to set network mask with 24 bit. Can you please help if anyone knows how to set subnet mask for ip local pool?

Appreciate your hlep..

Regards, DJ

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Re: Where do you configure subnet mask for VPN client by using "

Hi .. you can only specify IP pool addresses without subnet mask however this should not stop from doing whatever you need to do ... Is there any reason whyc you would like the mask to be /24 instead of /8 assigned by the PIX to your remote clients ..?

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Re: Where do you configure subnet mask for VPN client by using "

Hi,

One reasoon is that ip addresses in the Ip local pool is going to be part of our internal network range. I thought sunbnet mask assigned for VPN client has to be also matched to our network mask, so that routing would work properly within our internal network. Pls correct me if I am wromg. Thanks, DJ

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Re: Where do you configure subnet mask for VPN client by using "

Hello,

In PIX code 6.3.4 you have the option to apply subnet mask with the local pool statement.

PIX code 6.3(4) is available freely.

ip local pool pool_name pool_start_address[-pool_end_address] [mask mask]

-Vikas

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