If anyone has done the dreaded PIX VPN U-Turn, please tell me how!

The U-Turn is supposed to allow you to terminate an incoming VPN tunnel on the outside interface, then allow you to turn right back around and establish a lan-to-lan tunnel on the same interface.

I have the 7.01 code.  Please let me know where you can configure that.  I have the lan-to-lan built, and I have the remote vpn built.  Just can't bridge the connections.
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Setup the isakmp policy, crypto-map, access list and transform-set as the same way as the other IPSec tunnel.
To make the "U-Turn" tunnel, all you need to do is to define a tunnel-group using the Lan-2-Lan type matching with the peer.  Assume you are using IP address and pre-shared key to identify your peer,
  tunnel-group xx.xx.xx.xx type ipsec-l2l
  tunnel-group xx.xx.xx.xx ipsec-attributes
    pre-shared-key YOURKEY

If you need help on setting up the normal tunnel, please let me know.

Here is the configuration guide
Also make sure your access-list allow traffic to flow through the two tunnels.

                 T1                           T2
Site A --------------> Hub <-----------------Site B

T1 tunnel allows Site A traffic to Site B and T2 tunnel allows Site B traffic to Site A.
CiscotekAuthor Commented:
Can you do that on the PIX 6.3(3) as well?

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The "tunnel-group" command isn't supported on 6.3(4), so looks like this config isn't supported on anything <7.x.
  (Unless there is a workaround in 6.3 code).

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CiscotekAuthor Commented:
I was just testing cause I know it's not available in the 6.3x code.  This is pretty much why 7.0 was developed... to hear cisco tell it.
CiscotekAuthor Commented:
Admin - Please close question.  No points awarded.

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