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Accessing Network through Cisco Pix501 VPN

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I'm trying to access my network through pix501 vpn. Does anyone know of a tutorial on how to confiugre vpn on my pix501? Thanks.
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Thanks, I have setup VPN on my pix501. Do you know how to connect and access the VPN from the client side? When I configured vpn on Windows server, I use the VPN software that comes with Windows XP, 9x. Will the VPN software that comes with the desktop operating system work with the cisco pix501 vpn or do I need a specific cisco vpn client software? Thanks.
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The windows VPN client should work.
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