CISCO PIX 515e setup working, need to access all the LANs connected to the linux gateway/router

Posted on 2007-08-03
Last Modified: 2010-04-09
hello again

new issue with the cisco pix
the topology is like this in the network:

internet - linux router/gateway (doing NAT) - switch - local area connection
i have the pix in the local area connection but with a public ip i routed in the linux machine.
outside of the pix has a public ip
inside is in the same network as the other computers from the local area network

on the linux router there are a few other LANs in different subnets that need to be accessed.
i can ping from my pix any host in those LANs through the outside interface (the PIX's gateway is the linux router which has like 7 NICs in it).
how can i make so that the vpn clients can ping any host connected to that router?
thanks a lot
Question by:lyncks
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    Do you have a diagram? This is not very clear.
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    add that network to the split tunnel acl
    add that network to the nat0 acl
    add a route statement on the PIX
      route inside 10.10.18.linux


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