It has been a long time since I have done any Cisco work and I am trying to setup VPN access to our corporate LAN for remote users who will be using Cisco VPN software client.
I have a Cisco 837 DSL router (which has a static IP address from the ISP) connected to a Cisco PIX506E firewall which in turn is connected to the internal LAN. Both devices can support VPN and I have activated NAT on both to increase security. I have chosen the PIX device as the VPN endpoint (easy VPN server), but the clients will have to connect to the outside interface of the DSL router. How do I get the VPN connection to the PIX from the router? I am thinking pass thru or port forwarding will be required on the router?