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  • Pix 501 remote client vpn

    OK I try to work on it with cisco tech but they are A**

    I have 2 pix 501 ver6.3 with a vpn tunnel working fine.

    Network A 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0
    Network B 192.168.2.0 255.255.255.0

    Remote vpn client network is 10.10.10.0

    When I'm inside the network I'm able to ping any computer on this 2 networks. My problem start when I'm outside of my network and try to connect into network A using my remote vpn client, When I do that I'm able to ping any computer on network A but none on network B. I would like to know if it is possiable to ping both of the network when using the remote vpn client ?

    I will apreacite any idea you might have.
    ThankX
    Last edited by elinoy; 2nd April 2009, 23:23.

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    Re: Pix 501 remote client vpn

    This is a bit beyond my immediate knowledge but I'm thinking two things.

    1. What access list do you have setup for the VPN clients? Do they allow traffic from the 10 to get to both 192 networks?
    2. Does the PIX allow external VPN clients to come in and go back out that way? I guess it should/does but this link implies not?

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/...800948b8.shtml
    Note: The VPN Client can access the LAN behind PIX 1, but not the LAN behind PIX 2. The PIX does not redirect traffic.
    cheers
    Andy

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    • #3
      Re: Pix 501 remote client vpn

      So it is not possible to do it with pix 501 ver 6.3
      So the simplest thing will be to connect to the 2nd pix and not go via the first pix.
      I think that what I'm going to do. Thanks for your help.

      If anyone knows a better way please let me know.

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      • #4
        Re: Pix 501 remote client vpn

        The note was from the link, I have to say I don't know the answer but another poster may. It would certainly work by connecting directly to the other PIX, or even to a machine behind #1 and using RDP etc to the other side.
        cheers
        Andy

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