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PIX 506 with VPN client

I have a CISCO PIX 506 and currently a VPN channel is setup with another network equipped with CISCO 3000 concentrator. Now, I would like to setup VPN channel for remote mobile user, what VPN software do I need to use for the remote user (the software release is 5.1 on PIX). and How do I configure it?
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kuro2ckCommented:
If you are wanting access for your remote users, then use the CISCO VPN Client. Do you use the pdm on you cisco pix. If you do just run through the vpn wizard.
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rbshenAuthor Commented:
The pix is currently running version 5.1(2) only and how is the compatibility with the CISCO VPN client
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kuro2ckCommented:
I'd say it's more dependent on the OS of the machines you run. IE... If you are using XP and want to be able to logon to a domain make sure it isnt XP home and that you are using the 6.0 + VPN Client, or you will not get the logon function.
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kuro2ckCommented:
Forgot to add, i'm sure that the VPN client is free, which you can get from CISCO as long as you have a CISCO product(which you do) and the correct License's.
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rbshenAuthor Commented:
Now question on the configuration, I already a access-list setup for an existing VPN association, how do I add another one for the remote user, what is the configuration to be added
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