PIX 515E

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I am having an issue with the following and I will try to give all information necessary: I have a Microsoft VPN server that is Dual Homed, has 1 NIC connected to the inside network, 1 NIC connected to the DMZ off of the PIX. VPN users come into a NAT'd IP (as the true IP's are private)They are then authenticated to the network. While inside they are attempting to go outside in order to surf the INET. They are stopped at the DMZ and get no further. We are NAT'ing and I have static routes and NAT statements placed. I have spoke with a REP and have had minimal response. If more information is needed please let me know. I just think that it is a simple route statement (which I have also tried, almost forgot and an access-list as well) and still no luck. Please advise any and all assistance would be greatly appreciated. Jeff

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What we do is use an access-list to create a split-tunnel on our PIX firewalls in order to get around this issue. if you would like, i can send you a sample config.

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