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Firewall behind ADSL Router (symantec)

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Hello,

I have a setup similar to the following...

**Internet**
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ADSL Router (Vigor 2600) (WANIP: Public_IP, INT_IP: 200.200.200.201)
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Symantec VPN100 (WAN IP: 200.200.200.202)
       (LAN IP: 192.168.0.1)
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LAN (192.168.0.x)

This configuration works, as the vigor 2600 does the adsl dialing (and as I only have 1 public IP) i have setup the firewall as the DMZ device.

The problem is this, can the symantec100 create IPSEC site-site tunnels if I have 2 sites using this configuration (ie natted DMZ host-nattedDMZ host) ?  I do no understand the symantec's particulary well so this is the area I need advice.

Also, is this the best way to skin this cat ?, ie only 1 IP, using an ADSL router with a beefy firewall behind it ?

Thanks

Greig.
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You should be able to set that up no problem.  You will have to specify (Port based) where you want the traffic from a given host to go.

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