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Old 01-03-2005, 10:38 AM   #1
Registered: Oct 2003
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Accessing VPN from DMZ

I'm not sure if it's possible or not but I need to access a client on the remote end of a vpn from our dmz. We are using a Linux firewall/VPN server with a private, public, and dmz interface. I am using racoon to establish a vpn with a remote location. The subnet scheme used for the vpn is the subnet of our private network, as all clients on the private network need access to a remote server on the VPN. Our DMZ is obviously on a seperate subnet, that does not have access to the VPN. I know I could create a second tunnel to the remote location specifically for the server on the DMZ, however I would really perfer not to. I'm hoping there is a way to manipulate traffic from the DMZ destined for a specific port to go through the VPN. Does anyone have any suggestions?



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