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PIX VPN changing local pool range

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I am frustrated- I changed the VPN local pool to a new range and everytime I connect I still get the IP from the old local pool! The old local pool had 10.1.9.150 - .190 handed out and I was connecting using the .150 IP which even after clearing ISKAMP and removing the local POOL replaced with a new local pool with new range 10.2.1.1 10.2.1.100.

How do I get connected using this new pool address and stop seeing the 10.1.9.150 as always being assigned to my connection? What needs to be cleared so this address is no longer handed out? I've even created a new VPNGROUP and tried with new IP pool and still the 10.1.9.150. Thanks.
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rsivanandan earned 1500 total points
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Reboot the PIX once and see if that helps.

If not, post your configuration (sanitized).

Cheers,
Rajesh
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