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Richard
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      11-13-2003
Hi

I have been playing with a new WAN at work based on VPN. It is hub and
spoke with the spokes meshed. The hub is a PIX 515 with 6 Physical
Interfaces (one not used). These are:

Inside (192.168.1.0/24) 192.168.1.2
Outside ( 202.129.112.xxx)
DMZ (192.168.10.0/24) 192.168.1.1
Radio WAN (192.168.251.0/24) 192.168.251.1
Microwave (192.168.250.0/24) 192.168.250.1

The Microwave network has 8 spokes:
PIX 501 no1 inside: (192.168.32.0/24) 192.168.32.1 outside:
(192.168.250.32)
PIX 501 no2 inside: (192.168.34.0/24) 192.168.36.1 outside:
(192.168.250.34)
PIX 501 no3 inside: (192.168.36.0/24) 192.168.34.1 outside:
(192.168.250.36)
etc

and similaraly the radio network has 2 spokes.

Both the radio network and mirowave network are meshed and can VPN to
the 192.168.1.0 network. They can both access the Internet (outside).

I cant seem to get the tunnels to go from a microwave node to a radio
node, and I need this to happen. I would also like to tie VPN using
the Cisco VPN client on the web at some stage. I was told that the 515
can do all this, and I think my access-lists are right but no go...
Any ideas or pointers. I didn't want to paste configs on the net cause
i thought it might not be appropiate.

thanks

rich
 
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Richard
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      11-15-2003
Gday

Does anyone have any clues to this?

I am told in theroy it should work, in practice??

rich


http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) (Richard) wrote in message news:<(E-Mail Removed). com>...
> Hi
>
> I have been playing with a new WAN at work based on VPN. It is hub and
> spoke with the spokes meshed. The hub is a PIX 515 with 6 Physical
> Interfaces (one not used). These are:
>
> Inside (192.168.1.0/24) 192.168.1.2
> Outside ( 202.129.112.xxx)
> DMZ (192.168.10.0/24) 192.168.1.1
> Radio WAN (192.168.251.0/24) 192.168.251.1
> Microwave (192.168.250.0/24) 192.168.250.1
>
> The Microwave network has 8 spokes:
> PIX 501 no1 inside: (192.168.32.0/24) 192.168.32.1 outside:
> (192.168.250.32)
> PIX 501 no2 inside: (192.168.34.0/24) 192.168.36.1 outside:
> (192.168.250.34)
> PIX 501 no3 inside: (192.168.36.0/24) 192.168.34.1 outside:
> (192.168.250.36)
> etc
>
> and similaraly the radio network has 2 spokes.
>
> Both the radio network and mirowave network are meshed and can VPN to
> the 192.168.1.0 network. They can both access the Internet (outside).
>
> I cant seem to get the tunnels to go from a microwave node to a radio
> node, and I need this to happen. I would also like to tie VPN using
> the Cisco VPN client on the web at some stage. I was told that the 515
> can do all this, and I think my access-lists are right but no go...
> Any ideas or pointers. I didn't want to paste configs on the net cause
> i thought it might not be appropiate.
>
> thanks
>
> rich

 
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