pix 501 easy vpn

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  1. lfnetworking

    lfnetworking Guest

    We want to provide multiple systems vpn access behind the pix without
    having the pix be the pppoe device, i.e. w/o a public address. It would
    be natted by another router in front of it, i.e. used in the same way
    the sw vpnclient typically would be but providing vpn access for
    multiple hosts.
    lfnetworking, Sep 2, 2006
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  2. In article <LC3Kg.13756$%>,
    lfnetworking <_bill_@_lfnetworking.com> wrote:
    >We want to provide multiple systems vpn access behind the pix without
    >having the pix be the pppoe device, i.e. w/o a public address. It would
    >be natted by another router in front of it, i.e. used in the same way
    >the sw vpnclient typically would be but providing vpn access for
    >multiple hosts.


    That's not a problem provided that the router does proper NAT'ing.
    Just select any private IP address range to share between the
    router and the PIX outside address, and tell the VPN clients to
    contact the public IP that the router is NAT'ing the PIX to.
    Walter Roberson, Sep 2, 2006
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