What PixOS version are you running? If you are not running at least
v6.3, you will need to upgrade. You want to enable NAT-T on your VPN
config.

Chris


On Tue, 2005-11-22 at 12:49 -0800, Venkat Kaushik wrote:
> I am having some problems connecting to a pix firewall vpn connection
> >using
> >the cisco client ver 4.6 when the clients are behind a nat device to the =

> internet.( LINUX FIREWALL IP TABLES) Same configuration worked well with
> secure remote client and checkpoint firewall
> >Is there a way to let them connect without giving them a routable ip
> >address
> >or modifying there routers at all? Have any of you ever had to get =

> past
> >this problem? Is it possible to get past this problem? I am new to =

> pix
> >but
> >I have done some research. It seems that we need version 6.3 of the =

> OS
>
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