IPSec Tunnel

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ASA
IPsec
Can you build an IPSec tunnel from an Internal Router to an External ASA, passing through a PIX? The PIX, which I have no control over, I am told is running 6.2 and cannot do IPSec (???) and I am having to attempt this feat! Has anyone experienced this in the real world? All I can find is examples of lab testing and not Pass-through on the PIX. Any source material or suggested reading would be a help and much appreciated.

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You’ll need to modify the edge PIX to allow secure traffic to pass though it. I think the command is something like service permit ipsec(?). Also make sure to have nat-traversal enabled ( I think service nat-t) and turn off the fixup for IKE if you have it.

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