Hi, we're looking to create a site to site tunnel from our ASA 5510 at our office to our Pix 506e at our Co-lo facility. The trick is the Pix at the co-lo is not the default gateway for our co-located servers. Our co-lo does managed firewalling, and thus they are the default gateway for the "public" network. Each of our servers has a second NIC on a "Private" network, and this is the network that the Pix is on. Up until now each of us VPN directly from our PC to the Pix and are given access to the private network at our Co-lo. It works great, but we want to move to a tunnel. I assume our Pix is acting like any regular VPN appliance (watchdog/windows vpn/etc) and doing NAT. So thus the clients are able to communicate with the server.
But as I understand it, an IPSec tunnel is routed, so how do we go about doing this? We DID manage to get a successful site-to-site tunnel going, but no traffic would pass. Phase 1 and 2 were successful and both ends showed an IPSec/IKE connection.
Any help would be appreciated. Or did we just miss a setting? But I think it has to do with the fact the Pix is not the default gateway at our Co-lo.
P.S. Looking to have this up and running this week. 500 Points.