VPN with a SonicWALL running in transparent mode?

Posted on 2005-04-23
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I have a SonicWALL 2040 running in transparent mode (bridging) with my internet router (cisco 1760) performing nat.  How can I setup vpn tunnels with it in this configuration?  The documentation on SonicWALL's site is very general.  I only found a document that describes terminating the vpn at the DMZ, but I'm not using the DMZ.  Any ideas?

Question by:tommoran
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magicomminc earned 2000 total points
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not very familiar with SonicWall 2040, I guess it depends on where is your Internet public IP address, if it's on cisco 1760, then you can make the Cisco 1760 as VPN termination point. are you setting up a VPN site to site connectoin or remote access?

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