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CISCO VPN Client software configuration

Calling all Guru's..

I need to change the outbound port number for all VPN traffic! Can anyone help.

Hi we are a credit union and we have remote pay stations setup which connects our client banking software via a CISCO VPN solution to our banking server over the standard CISCO Ports. This works fine for new "Pay Station installations" where we install a new broadband setup with limited firewall protection, however the project has now been upscaled to include 180 local government locations such as librarys etc. These additional locations have much tighter firewalls and block the ports the CISCO software uses. I have tried getting the ports unblocked with no success. If its possible can I change the ports used by the CISCO VPN software and PIX 515E router, to use another port, which is open?

If its possible could someone tell me how?

Many thanks in advance.

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As far as I know U can't, the SSL or webvpn you can. the site-to-site or remote access VPN you need the ports to be open.
by the way these are the ports:

UDP port 500
UDP port 10000 and 500
IP protocol 50 (ESP)
NAT-T port 4500 UDP
wifiitAuthor Commented:

thanks for the help.. what is webvpn I am ot familar with this? can I use my existing PIX515e to set this up or do I need a different bit of kit?

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