Cisco 3640 to the PIX 501 site 2 site VPN performance specifications.

I intend on creating a site-2-site VPN in Star configuration with a Cisco 3640 as the hub and PIX 501 at the remote sites. My question is around the plug that I read.

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The specifications for a PIX-501-BUN-K9 tell PIX 501 3DES Bundle (chassis, SW, 10 users, 3DES).

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A question is what really "10 users. Which is the limit of the number of concurrent sessions, I have on the VPN at a given time, or that it means something else?

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I also read the specs say that the Maximum number of VPN tunnels that can support a PIX 501 is 5. Because I'm not going to make a tunnel between the PIX 501 at the remote site and the 3640 on the central site, I think I would be OK. Is that correct or is the max value talk the maximum number of concurrent sessions on the tunnel tunnels?

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Thank you.

UDP traffic always creates a session in the PIX so that the return traffic will be allowed in. The UDP timeout is 2 minutes but IIRC. If you go around NAT with a statement of "nat 0" should not create an xlate I think.

The real time is hard to say really, probably around 2 minutes for a UDP-only user, you would probably make a few 'local sho' orders on the PIX to really see for sure however.

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