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garnetbobcat

join:2007-10-02
reply to MSN7

Re: PIX - VPN Client to site-to-site VPN ?

Beginning with 7.x you can configure hairpinning on the ASA or PIX. 7.x does not run on the 501 or 506e.

The command "same-security-traffic" will allow you to do what you want, so if you can get an upgrade to an ASA you should be all set. Here are a couple hairpinning examples:

»www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/···07.shtml

»www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/···ae.shtml

FYI, the ASA5505 is the SOHO ASA.
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MSN7

join:2004-05-15
Osgoode, ON
said by garnetbobcat:

Beginning with 7.x you can configure hairpinning on the ASA or PIX. 7.x does not run on the 501 or 506e.

The command "same-security-traffic" will allow you to do what you want, so if you can get an upgrade to an ASA you should be all set. Here are a couple hairpinning examples:

»www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/···07.shtml

»www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/···ae.shtml

FYI, the ASA5505 is the SOHO ASA.
Good catch! Thanks,

Eric


damn
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join:2002-10-23
nyc
reply to garnetbobcat
I actually found another PIX 501. I will establish the tunnels on it and will use old one for dial-in access. Tested it today and it worked fine.
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