VPN Client Behind PIX Connects to another PIX but no packets flow
My customer has a PIZX 515 (PIX Version 6.3(5)) both in his office and at a data center. He is trying to connect to his PIX at the data center, which he does successfully with the 4.8.01 client. However, he can't access any resources on the remote network. If the same VPN client accesses the remote network from outside the PIX network, it connects to the remote network and packets flow fine. All resources on the remote network are available.
Research on the problem turned up one post that said you had to do a static map, but nothing more than that. Can anyone point me to a Cisco "How-to" so the PIX can be configured to permit access to the remote network using a Cisco VPN client?
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