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Client VPN through Pix Firewall

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I have a Pix that maintains two vpns to other companies. The traffic accross the vpn's are for the 10.246.x.x, 10.248.x.x, 10.250.x.x, 10.64.x.x, and 10.102.x.x subnets. Now I have a workstation behind the pix that is going to use the Cisco VPN client to connect to another company. The vpn is for the 10.254.13.0 subnet. The vpn client succresfully connects. However, I then launch a secure FTP client but it never connects to the ftp server across the vpn. I can't ping anything across the vpn on the workstation. I have this statement on the Pix for the other vpns:
access-list nonat permit ip 192.168.230.0 255.255.255.0 10.0.0.0 255.0.0.0

Could this statement be preventing the desktop's vpn from passing traffic correctly?
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No, most likely its because the "other company" that this desktop is connecting to doesn't have NAT-T enabled on their VPN server.  I would contact their support and see if they will enable it.
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