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Hey everyone. I am wondering how feasible it is to run a IPSec firewall =
(using two Linksys BEFVP41) through two Cisco routers, which are setup =
in the following manner.

Internet connection goes into the first Cisco router which is using a =
private IP range of 192.1.0.x/255.255.255.0. Off of this router is =
another Cisco router which is providing a network of =
192.168.1.x/255.255.255.0. My Linksys router is on this network and has =
it's own network of 192.168.2.x/255.255.255.0. Now, I do not have the =
model numbers on hand, but I am expecting an email shortly with those =
model numbers and I will reply to the list with them once I have them, =
but I need to find out if there is a better way to handle this. =
Basically, the VPN is going to be used to reach a VoIP phone switch on =
the 192.168.1.x network, but there are phones on the 192.1.0.x network =
which are using the VoIP phone switch as well. So, is having the =
LinkSys router on this network redundant or does it depend mainly on the =
Cisco switches?

Ken Livingston
Comtex Telecommunications
ken@comtextelecom.com
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Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2006 9:06 AM
Subject: [VPN] Need a dedicated VPN box?


Hi All,

We're using PIX 515UR box as firewall and VPN both in our corporate =
office. Remote users (laptops) VPN in corporate network through PIX =
outside interface. The problem is that after VPN connected the remote =
users cannot browse Internet using corporate gateway which is PIX inside =
interface. Do I need a dedicated VPN box? Which box you recommend? =
Please advice.

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The VPN configuration in PIX is PPTP and we have about 10 remote =
users.

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Thanks a lot.

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Roger



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Ken Livingston

Comtex Telecommunications

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connected the remote users cannot browse Internet using corporate =
gateway=20
which is PIX inside interface. Do I need a dedicated VPN box? Which =
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PPTP and we have about 10 remote users.>>


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