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can't connect to VPN (remote access client)

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I have a pix 506e at my home. I sometimes connect via software cisco client, into our vpn. I cannot get in since I installed the pix at my house. Is there some type of config I need to do in my pix to let the vpn traffic in and out? I am guessing my pix is the issue

Like I said, I used to connect fine with my off the shelf router. Since the pix install, I cant

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global (outside) 1 interface
nat (inside) 1 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.255 (where 192.168.1.1 - you local IP)
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Make sure you have NAT-Traversal enabled on the VPN server.  The PIX does not have built-in IPSEC Passthrough like your home router which is the difference.  Enabling NAT-Traversal on the headend (VPN Server) should take care of it.
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thanks. and if we have site to site vpns terminating in the pix as well, that command wont hurt anything?
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Nope, it won't hurt anything.
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