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WSUS access using Cisco 501 VPN tunnel

Posted on 2006-11-08
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Problem =  WSUS will not work on a VPN tunnel to a different subnet

Conditions  are:

**Remote site A connects to pdc remote home site.
**Site A cannot see Site B so it cannot validate with WSUS host on site B
**All site are connected with MPLS T1 with the exception of Site A
**Home Site sees all correctly.

Question??
How do you let the pix see site B to register and receive regular updates?
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The_Kirschi earned 250 total points
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I have the same situation. It works but you have to make sure that clients can access WSUS http port. I installed with http port 8530 and so I had to open that port on the firewall to get clients connected from other sites.
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Thanks for the comment and will try your suggestion.
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