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routing VLAN traffic accross VPNs.

routing VLAN traffic accross VPNs.

routing VLAN traffic accross VPNs.

Hi, I hope someone can assist. I have a network set up kinda complicated...I have attached a "ghetto" drawing i did over the phone for a microsoft rep to explain how our network is set up. If you notice on the drawing, we have a cisco 3550 layer 3 switch set up w/ 2 VLANS. (10.1.1.x & 10.1.3.x). the default route for both networks is which is the PIX 506. On the other side, we have a Cisco 3825 Router set up with a VPN connection to the 506e. THe network on the 3825 is

All traffic works fine, except i need the traffic on the VLAN 10.1.3.x to be able to see traffic on the 10.1.2.x network. I am unsure what to do to allow this. I know i don't need to put any routes in the switch as all traffic is set to go through the PIX. I can traceroute now, & after it hits the 506, the traffic tries to go to the internet instead of the VPN. I can put a route in the PIX, but nothing seems to work. I can post configs, but only if needed. Can anyone assist in this configuration? please let me know if more info is needed. thanks for your help.

RE: routing VLAN traffic accross VPNs.

make sure that the crypto acl on the 506 includes the 10.1.3.x subnet and also the reverse on the 3825. post the scrubbed configs if you get a chance.

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RE: routing VLAN traffic accross VPNs.

Thanks...I was able to get a network engineer to assist with this over the phone. Thanks for your tip though...it was what was needed!

RE: routing VLAN traffic accross VPNs.

beaners. glad you got it sorted.

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