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Site to Site VPN between CIsco PIX 515E and Draytek Vigor 2800VG

How do I create a site to site VPN in the scenario below?

                                     OFFICE                                                               DATACENTER
       INT IP                 DRAYTEK       EXT IP                           EXT IP           CISCO PIX          INT IP
  192.168.75.0/24     ROUTER          217.x.y.z                    213.22.y.z           515 E            213.52.y.0/24

I need to create a site to site VPN so that there is communication between servers in the internal range of the Datacenter and the internal range of our office.

I have tried numerous times and all I get is the existing connection just gets lost.

As I am no Cisco Expert, I use the ASDM, so kindly send me all instructions pertaining to this or send me the Exact IOS commands I need to type in Cisco.

Your assistance in this matter is highly appreciated
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Imtiaz Hasham
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lrmooreCommented:
Here's an example with how to do it with a sonicwall endpoint. Using this as a guide to setting up the Draytek end and all the command line entries are there in the example
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_configuration_example09186a008052c9d4.shtml

This example shows you how to use the ASDM to do the PIX end
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_configuration_example09186a00805e8c80.shtml
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Imtiaz HashamAuthor Commented:
Hi irmoore,
Thanks for the links but as I am in a live environment, I would like to avoid using the doc above. Having said that, I am going to scavenge as much information as possible from these documents.

Will keep you posted.

If there is any further information you can provide, it would be much appreciated.
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Imtiaz HashamAuthor Commented:
I tried to look into this but there is more to this VPN than meets the eye and it just fails using the documentation provided.
I tried the same scenario with a draytek to draytek and it worked perfectly but this has failed.

I would appreciate if any more help can be provided on this.

Kind regards,
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Imtiaz HashamAuthor Commented:
I found this document myself (with the help of draytek): http://www.draytek.com/support/support_note/router/application/vpn_solution/3/d.php

I have posted it here to help others.

Kind regards,
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