When LAN-to-LAN and when 1-to-LAN.
maybe the question has been already posted but I would like to clearly distinguish whether the following scenario could
accept both the solutions or I need without no doubts the LAN-to-LAN.
Imagine you have 2 LANs or 2 groups of LANs (say A that offers services and the other one (B) that access A resources)
located behind 2 devices doing NAT: it is quite simple, that's the most common scenario.
Would be possible to use software clients installed on workstations belonging to network B accessing the same endpoint
(the public endpoint of A LAN) using IPsec?
I don...Connect to ethernet LAN through dial-up direct to a computer on the LAN?
I'm back with another idea.
I investigated a dry pair, and after hours of talking to many people
at the phone company (Verizon), finally someone did give me the
"correct name" of what I was asking for a "PL Dry Pair Circuit". Well
I may still try to get them to do that, but with the trouble so far, I
would like to try another approach first.
Is it possible to connect to a server (with a dotted quad address)
connected via Ethernet to a computer, by setting up that computer to
answer a dial-up call (via 56k modem) from a computer calling it. That
is dialin...Lan to Lan connections
I want to set up a Lan to Lan connection in my neighborhood.
I have a home Lan configured thusly:
Motorola sb5100 Surfboard modem (cable modem)
Linksys 802.11b Wireless Access Point Router with 4-port switch.
I have three PCs connected to the router/switch.
The Lan I need to connect to is configured with exactly the same
hardware at the front end but has additional switches connecting more
I would like to set up a VPN connection. Can anyone recommend necessary
hardware/software? Also, if anyone has an interconnection block diagram
or can accurately, ve...Sonicwall Lan-to-Lan
Thanks in advance
I am have a problem with a IKE connection between sonicwalls, i can
only ping (by IP) from the IKE Initiator, DNS/WINS doesn't work.
this is the log from the Initiator. (Dymanic IP)
02/21/2006 16:05:07.848 Starting IKE negotiation 184.108.40.206
02/21/2006 16:05:07.848 IKE Initiator: Aggressive Mode Phase 1 Done
02/21/2006 16:05:07.848 IKE Initiator: Begin Phase 2
02/21/2006 16:05:07.896 IKE negotiation complete. Adding IPSec SA.
Phase 2 Done
this is the log from the Responder. (Static IP)
02/21/2006 16:05:07.848 Starting IKE ...lan to lan router
I would really apreciate some suggestion regarding a lan to lan
router. It should be able to select from either port (service) or
source IP to select which Internet gateway to use and, of course, be
able to route between the two lans. And be inexpensive.
Is there such a thing?
Thanks in advance,
John Wrate <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I would really apreciate some suggestion regarding a lan to lan
> router. It should be able to select from either port (service) or
> source IP to select which Internet gateway to use and, of cou...Lan to Lan on same subnet
Good Afternoon all,
Question: is it possible to bring up a lan to lan vpn between a PIX
and a concentrator if they are on the same ip scheme and subnet on the
Right now I got a PIX 501 on inside ip 192.168.2.99
There is nothing plugged into the inside of this pix
On my concentrator side I have the inside 192.168.2.70 and a corp lan
When I change the inside ip of my pix, access lists, and conctrator
settings to a different LAN IP I can bring the tunnel up but if I make
it the same ip it won't come up.
I am allowing the whole subnet through on both acls on the concetr...PIX501 lan-to-lan and PPTP
I am having problems with LAN-to-LAN and PPTP at the same time on a
LAN-to-LAN works perfect with these settings, but with PPTP i am having
a big problem. I can connect with my MS VPN client to the PIX. I receive
an IP address from the PIX, but i cannot do anything on the LAN.
Can anybody put me in the right direction?
Here's some output (only the interesting parts) :
access-list inside_outbound_nat0_acl permit ip 10.0.0.0 255.255.255.0
access-list outside_cryptomap_20 permit ip 10.0.0.0 255.255.255.0
access...Vigor2500 vpn lan-to-lan
Does anyone know how to use the following configuration of the cisco vpn
client on a Vigor2500 router:
Then a popup window appears to logon to the remote network
I would like to configure the Vigor2500 modem/router to setup a vpn
connection to a remote network,just like the example at
I searched cisco/google and cannot find any example/reference to my
situation. I don't know if it can be done.
PIX 515 ver. 6.2(2) (will update if necessary) will have a VPN lan-2-lan
connection to a router (Cisco) at a customer location.
Access has to be limited to one machine/IP on my side and one machine/IP on
the customer side. The machine on my side cannot be on my internal LAN.
Since my PIX has 6 interfaces, can I put this machine on an interface with
security 80 and allow it to access the customer machine? Can somebody give
me a configuration example?
I use NAT and ...VPN lan to lan
i have 2 pixes (501) and 1 pix is VPN serverThere is VPN site - to - site
i am trying to connect ftrom home
connection is OK but i can not use Remote admin (like before) - before i
had VPN server only - n site to site - i was doing the same things like
www.cisco .cotutorial and does not work
this is my config
interface ethernet0 auto
interface ethernet1 100full
nameif ethernet0 outside security0
nameif ethernet1 inside security100
access-list 100 permit ip 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 220.127.116.11
access-list 100 permit ip 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.7.0
255....LAN-to-LAN with ASA55xx or routers
we're renting 100Mbit/s LAN-to-LAN connections from one sentral site to
about 10 remote offices.
When upgrading the network equipment we can't decide if we should use:
1) routers (e.g. 2811) at the branch offices, and a larger router or an
ASA5520 at the sentral site.
2) ASA5510 at the branch offices and a larger (e.g. ASA5520) at the
Will the 2811 have enough throughput to compete with the ASA?
Is 2) a wise choice or is it not neccessary to use ASAs in both end?
We don't need any advanced routing at our sites, and I understand that
the ASAs wil do basic r...PIX LAN-to-LAN troubles
This problem is giving me some headaches. I hope someone can help me out here.
I've got the following setup :
Internet -- router --- PIX1 ---DSLrouter1-- VPN --DSLrouter2--- PIX2 ----- LAN2
router : 10.194.124.1/27
LAN 1: 10.194.124.0/27
PIX 1 on the inside : 10.194.124.26/27
PIX 1 on the outside : 18.104.22.168/29
PIX 2 on the inside : 10.194.124.193/27
PIX 2 on the outside : 22.214.171.124/24
LAN 2 : 10.194.124.192/27
the router is the gateway to the outside world, so LAN2 uses PIX2 as the default gateway and PIX2 uses router a...LAN to LAN using IPSec
IS I have 2 vpn "concetrators" at 2 remote locations I can create an
IPSec "tunnel" right? If I can and do this "tunnel" will the clients on
one LAN be able to communicate with the clients on the other? Assuming my
routes are good and im NAT'ed ok.
I dont get the difference between PPTP and IPSec. Other than the
encrtyption aspect. I can get pptp running no problem and I "get it"
but how's IPSec different?
thank you for your time and knowledge!
> IS I have 2 vpn "concetrators" at 2 remote locations I ...routers LAN to WAN to LAN
I have a question with reguards to how messages are sent between PCs
from the internet. Assumming PC pA is behind Router rA and PC pB is
behind Router rB and pA wants to send a message to pB. Both private ip
are assigned via DHCP and both has static WAN IP. when pA sends a
message to pB, it uses pB's public IP (WAN) and the message gets to
the router (rB). How does the router (rB) know that it has to route
the message to pB?
> I have a question with reguards to how messages are sent between PCs
> from the internet. Assumming PC pA is behind Router rA and PC...