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VPN connection between Pix 506e and Symantec vpn 100 troubles

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I currently have a VPN between a Linksys and a Symantec vpn 100.  I am trading the linksys with a Pix 506e.  I have tried to configure everything according to the linksys, but am still not getting any results.
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I am using gui's for both firewalls.  I'm not sure how to start troubleshooting or what to look for.
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These are the configurations from my symantec router

IPSEC
      Security Assocation      Main-oFFICe
      PPPoE session      Session1
      phase negotiation      main mode
      encryption            esp 3des
      authentication      md5
      SA Lifetime      480 minutes
      Data volume limit      0 Kb
      Inactivity timeout      0 minutes
      Perfect Forward Secr..Enable
Local Security Gateway
      IP Address
Remote Security Gateway
      Remote office IP
      Pre-shared Key            
Gateway-to-Gateway Tunnels
      NetBIOS Broadcast      enable
      Global Tunnel      disable
      remote subnet IP      192.168.2.0      255.255.255.0
      MTU       LAN PC 1500              WAN port 1500
      Echo Request timeout 20 sec      Retry 5
      Allow IDENT Port      disable
      NAT function       enable
      RIP V2            Disable
      IPSEC type            2spI

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Hi there

Have a look at this URL for step by step instructions on how to do this:

http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/ent-gate.nsf/0/70696f0e28bd63a280256eeb003aef23?OpenDocument&seg=hm

When configured - to check what is happening on the PIX regarding debugging:

conf t
debug crypto isakmp
logging console 7
logging on

This will output isakmp negotiations and will show where its going astray.  It looks a bit crazy but if you post the output, we should be able to assist
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