Two branch offices. Each with PIX firewall and using VPN for remote access. Remote users at both branch offices can connect properly with their VPN clients but only to their own designated office. We have tried to connect from one branch office to another using the VPN client. We can get a confirmed connection but cannot access the Windows resources, shared drive(s) by either trying to map a drive or using Remote Desktop Connection. We get messages of The network path could not be found and The specified computer could not be found respectively. I can ping the remote PIX firewall from our firewall but cannot ping the same remote firewall from the same desktop PC that is successfully connecting using the VPN client. I put in a route to send traffic to the remote PIX via our firewall but still cannot get physical connectivity. Our respective LANS are on different subnets. I have read Ciscos PIX 6.X: Simple PIX to PIX VPN Tunnel configuration example which uses IPSEC. I want to have temporary connectivity availability for 1 or 2 users to look at some hosted software until we have a vendor installed link. Do we need to setup both PIX firewalls as per the IKE instructions in the article to achieve some temporary connectivity? What have I not done to achieve physical connectivity?