3 location MPLS through PIX firewalls
Posted on 2010-11-22
We recently had our MPLS turned up. The network includes 3 sites. Our ISP provider One Comm has built the MPLS between our facilities and connection is confirmed through successful pings. I can ping the external IP addresses at each site, but not the internal addresses. (and each other site back to main as well)
I have a pix at each location with VPN, two clients and one server. With that connection now being handled by the MPLS I don't need the VPN clients active. The server will remain up for traveling employees.
How do I allow each site to connect to the other two remote sites as though they were on a LAN? I'm guessing some form of static address? The goal is to be able to access the other two internal LAN's as though they were local at each site.
For this discussions purposes let's use these IP addresses:
Site 1: Internal 192.168.0.1, external 188.8.131.52
Site 2: Internal 192.168.1.1, external 184.108.40.206
Site 3: Internal 192.168.2.1, external 220.127.116.11
Thank you for the helps!