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Hi  ,

I have created a site to site vpn . i want to access internet locally in both the location. so what is the command i have to give.
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Assuming PIX;

For the site to site vpn, you would've configured which traffic should go through the tunnel using an access-list, something like;

access-list VPN permit ip <NetworkA> <Mask> <NetworkB> <Mask>

The above at the NetworkA PIX

access-list VPN permit ip <NetworkB> <Mask> <NetworkA> <Mask>

Cheers,
Rajesh

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yes i did the same. but when a guy is connected thrugh vpn, his ip is not natting. but when he connected to internet his ip will be natting. so this ip's got conflict ?
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It is an improper nat configuration on the other side,I would believe.

Cheers,
Rajesh
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