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NAT IPSEC traffic

Posted on 2004-08-17
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Last Modified: 2010-04-12

I have a problem setting up a IPSEC VPN Site-to-Site tunnel. Both sites use the same subnet:, but they have to connect to eachothers networks. I think I have to use NAT for this but I have no idea how. I use a Cisco PIX 515E.

Can someone help me out?
Question by:VMarcus
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