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PIX 506e VPN

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I have a remote office that I just finished getting setup with a cable internet and a PIX 506e.  They now are able to individually VPN into our main office.
Main office has a PIX 515 and we have a server that is the VPN box.  
I have been told I can't do a site-to-site VPN so both offices see each other.  Is there a way I can have the remote (PIX 516e) office have a constant and open VPN connection to the main office.  I will also be installing a server at the remote site, to act as a DC.

Let me know if I need to show configs from both PIXs.

Thanks all in advance.
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Why is that you can't have site-2-site vpn? It is possible.

Checkout this on how to configure it.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2308/products_configuration_example09186a0080094680.shtml

Cheers,
Rajesh
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The remote office has a cable internet connection and gets a dynamic IP address.  The main office has a T1 line with a static IP.  I was told that with a dynamic IP, a site to site couldnt be done.
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Also, our main office also has a VPN setup on a Windows server.  If I make any adjustments to do the site-site, will the working vpn be affected?  can i have 2?
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Oh perfect. The link I gave you, just open it up. It exactly describes you on how to setup vpn between dynamic to static :-) I assumed that you have dynamic ip at cable end.

Cheers,
Rajesh
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