I am trying to construct a IPSEC VPN with an extranet, we have a Cisco
5510 and the remote end has a Checkpoint.
They are requesting what my local subnet that my hosts will be coming
from, I only need 3 hosts to access the VPN, so I was think that I could
assign static IP's to the workstations that need to use the VPN, and
send the extranet 172.16.1.80/29 for my local subnet info. This should
allow .81-.86 to access the VPN? The local LAN subnet is a class C
network, and I am curious if this would be a proper way to configure the
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