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Problem with tunnel in Cisco PIX 506E

Problem with tunnel in Cisco PIX 506E

Problem with tunnel in Cisco PIX 506E

(OP)
Hello,

I have a CISCO PIX 506E. I use it as a VPN to get connected to the remote site at my customer's place. This device is in control of my customer.
The typical problem i am facing is this :
I wanted to change a router in the network in which the PIX is present. After changing the router, I am not able to establish a tunnel. However, I am able to reach any other network / internet.
How do I solve this ?
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks

Regards

Jagdish

RE: Problem with tunnel in Cisco PIX 506E

You're very unclear as to how the devices are connected...please post a simple topology...is this a site-to-site VPN or a remote access? Is the PIX on your end? If so, what is on the customer end?

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