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Hi,

1.Can I create PPTP.L2TP,Remote access IPSEC VPN and Site to Site VPN (IPsec) all 4 in a  single pix 515 or 525 ? if yes is this a right practice?

One Sample configuration please?

2.Can I create Site to Site VPN between Cisco routers(7206,3600,2600) and Cisco PIX (515,525)

One Sample configuration please?

Thanks in advance




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1. I would say no, but you can have all IPSEC between sites and remote clients. Works well and config looks decent as well :-)


2. Ofcourse you can;

http://www.ciscotaccc.com/kaidara-advisor/security/showcase?case=K80012970

Cheers,
Rajesh
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