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Connecting two networks together at one location to two networks at another location via VPN

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Greetings...

I have the following situation:

I need to be able to have two networks at two seperate locations connected together.

Location One:
192.168.1.0/24 connected to another LAN of 72.22.1.0/24

Both these subnets need to talk to each other. IE, computers on both subnets communicate together.

Location Two:

10.100.11.0/24 connected to another LAN of 77.10.0.0/24

Both of these subnets need to talk to each other. IE, computers on both subnets communicate together.

Now, to make it more complicated:

I need to be able to have anyone on any of the 4 subnets communicate with each other.....  

We have a VPN between Location One and Two using a Cisco Pix 506e and a Watchguard SOHO6TC.

One more hitch:

We need anyone connecting to the Cisco PIX 506e to be have the ability to connect to any of the 4 subnets.

What hardware do we need in order to do this?

What router would you suggest?

Right this minute, 192.168.1.0/24 is able to communicate with the 72.22.1.0/24 machines because one server, 192.168.1.252 has two NICs in it and one is setup for the 72.22.1.0/24 subnet.

Please help ASAP with ideas for which router to use to best serve this purpose.  NO, the PIX will not do the routing before someone asks =)

Thank you again,

John
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