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Pix to Router VPN access lists

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Hi,
I hope you can help me with this question. Its probably a simple answer, but I am stumped at the moment.
I have setup six Pix 501 firewalls at remote offices for users to remote desktop in and use an IP phone. At the main office end I have a Cisco 1841 router. All is working fine, but now more people are wanting to work from home and need this type of vpn (especailly for the ip phone). Up until now, I have manged to add the relevant access lists so all the offices can talk to each other on the phone (inc main office). As the amount of offices is increasing it is becoming increasingly difficult to go to each office and make the changes to the Pix's. Is there anyway I can make a change on the router which will reflect in the Pix's?

Many thanks in anticipation

dhvking
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