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I need to connect through VPN one central office with at least 2 remote offices, I also need to support mobile remote VPN clients.

For the central office i got PIX 506E, and for each one of the remote offices i got PIX 501. The mobile remote VPN clients will be Cisco VPN software client

Every office has a DSL access to the internet.  the main office ahs a ststic ip. the static ip ia configured on a netgear router (model DG 834G). the other 2 locations also have the same netgear routers..
 i ahve access to pdm from the 506E i just need to know the steps to configure these .
can abody help
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Here's the complete book on setting up VPN's with PIX
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/pix/pix63/configuration/guide/sit2site.html

Be aware that you will never be able to have a mobile client connect to the main site and access any data at either of the remote offices through the established lan-to-lan vpn tunnels. This feature would require an upgrade of the 506e to an ASA5510.

 
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