Re: [fw-wiz] VPN LAN to LAN
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On 20-wrz-2006, at 05:20, Anand Subramanian wrote:[color=blue]
> Hello All,[/color]
> The thing that really bothers me is that the existing configuration
> will establish three VPN tunnels as follows.
> 1) 10.5.25.0 to 10.80.2.0
> 2) 10.5.25.0 to 10.80.1.0
> 3) 10.5.25.0 to 10.80.0.0
> I am hoping that there is a way out of this and I would be able to
> route traffic from 10.5.25.0 to 10.80.1.0 with only one VPN tunnel
> between 10.5.25.0 and 10.80.2.0
> I have searched all over the internet for any sample configuration
> and I am not able to find it. There should be an easy way to do
> this. Please help.
> PIX1 configuration
> object-group network Remote-Networks
> network-object 10.80.2.0 255.255.255.0
> network-object 10.80.1.0 255.255.255.0
> network-object 10.80.0.0 255.255.255.0[/color]
The vpn tunnels are created between subnets and from the above you
can see that you have a group of three /24 subnets and three tunnels.
To have a one tunnel for all of them, you need to create a SA between
single subnets: 10.8.0.0 255.255.252.0(/22) and 10.5.25.0
255.255.255.0 (/24) but it will also "cover" the 10.80.3.0/24 subnet.
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