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Problem with PIX config

Posted on 2007-11-18
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Dear Sir,

we have LAN to LAN/ PIX to PIX VPN connection remote with Head both are through  PtP (Point to Point) private subnet 10.0.0.0  to it is outside Interface. our concern is that the remote site should be able to ping this IP /URL  www.temgdwdp.com (63.91.129.141).
Now it is not able to ping that IP.

With Best Regards
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by:aib_it
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Dear Sir/Madam,

I never recieve any answer up to now.oh yeah onething i forgot,  your experts can give answer regarding Microsoft /Lotus Notes nothing else there is no any one for Cisco find any Associate level Cisco.
Regards
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Issue solved by my self,

First try to add Point to Point address to the nat rule of that PIX which has Internet.

Please close the case.
Thanks for your cooperation.
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