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From: Todd Schubert (tschubertjorycapital.com)
Date: Fri Jun 08 2001 - 09:17:24 CDT
For this to work, would the firewall have to be set to allow all connections
originating from the Lan?
From: Matt Beck [mailto:MbeckGiantStep.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2001 1:56 PM
Subject: RE: IPSec thru SonicWall SOHO2 firewall
My experience with a similar product (Linksys) is that the VPN will pass
through the firewall without a problem if the client starts the connection.
(I assume this will be the case for you.) If the SonicWall won't allow
that, set the Cisco client to use UDP through NAT and configure the firewall
to forward UDP 500(?) to your internal client IP.
The major drawback to either of these solutions is that (at least with the
Linksys) you cannot have multiple clients behind the firewall establishing
Hope this helps.
From: Kevin D [mailto:kdlistsmtsolutions.net]
Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2001 10:12 AM
Subject: IPSec thru SonicWall SOHO2 firewall
I was wondering if anyone knew whether a sonicwall soho2 doing NAT would
support the IPSec protocol (pass through)? I have a client machine (win98)
trying to connect to a remote Cisco VPN device using the native Cisco VPN
client software and IPSec.
I know the sonicwall soho2 firewall has a vpn upgrade option, but I don't
want to use the firewall itself for VPN, I just want IPSec pass through over