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Add second vpngroup to existing remote access to PIX

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I have a remote access vpn configured on a PIX 520 (6.3.(5)).  I have been tasked with adding a second remote access vpn configuration to the same box.

The second configuration will have different access-lists used for connecting to a different subnet (different from the existing vpn configuration).

My plan is to add a second vpngroup and access-list.  What else needs done?
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Nothing, really. You can re-use the existing transforms and existing policies for the new VPN group.
I would use a different ip address pool for the new vpngroup so that your acls are easier to understand and apply
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Thanks.  Anyone else and I would check that info first, but I know an answer from lrmoore is good as gold.
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