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TOPIC: site to site PIX VPN

site to site PIX VPN 9 years 7 months ago #21296

hello,

I am trying to establish a site to site vpn between two pix firewalls.

they are both reporting just error packets. how can i view the errors?
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Re: site to site PIX VPN 9 years 7 months ago #21331

  • toddwoo
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Sorry I have no help for this.. But if anyone could elaborate on this a bit more in there answer I would be forever greatfull.

I'll be doing this in the next few weeks (first time) and any help/guidance would be very very welcome.
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Re: site to site PIX VPN 9 years 7 months ago #21375

it actually boiled down to a static route. the error packets were being generated by my failed ping requests.

I was able to ping the router but not anything else. the main office needed a static route added to the router to point all 192.168.2.0/24 traffic to the PIX firewall. once it was added all the machines at the remote location were able to ping and communicate with the main office and vise versa. the error packets stopped.
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Re: site to site PIX VPN 9 years 7 months ago #21380

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If i'm not being to pushy.. how did you find it out? How would i know when i'm doing the same thing in a few weeks?

Anything?
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Re: site to site PIX VPN 9 years 7 months ago #21497

just by troubleshooting really. I logged into the PDM interface and saw that connection was established which meant it was working. it just couldn't send/receive data. from there i realized that i needed some static routes so the traffice knew where to go.
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Re: site to site PIX VPN 9 years 7 months ago #21498

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Did you write any access list for your VPN tunnel?
And The VPN needs trigger to start, in general.
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