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Ping returns 1.1.1.1 for servers when connected to VPN on PIX 506e

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I've got a person on the road who was having problems connecting to our internal systems through our VPN and it turned out the reason why is because the servers were saying their IP address was 1.1.1.1.  I tried pinging a couple of servers behind our firewall when connected to the VPN and they all return the same IP of 1.1.1.1.  Pinging the servers actual IP address works just fine so it's some kind of DNS issue I think.

This remote user was connecting through a hotel's wireless connection so I don't know what AP they use or what config they have but is there anything I can do on my end possibly in the PIX config to make sure these remote users can connect okay?  I had to resort to modifying the remote user's HOSTS file to let them in successfully and I'd like to avoid doing that if possible.

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Many hotels use their own systems to "spoof" dns, supposedly to make it easier on the travellers.
Make sure you have the correct DNS servers listed in the vpn client configuration..I travel a lot myself and have run into this more than once, but I already have my own hosts file anyway...

I'll be happy to look at your PIX config if you want to post it..
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