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I'm migrating from a PIX to a ASA and the PIX has the remote users PPTP to it. This is not pass though but the VPN type of the PIX. Does the ASA even support this? I have been trying to search around but all I have found is for allowing PPTP pass though.

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PPTP is not a supported feature of ASA 5505 to my knowledge. As you mentioned, VPN pass through is available and instructions are widely available online.

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Yeah I know I can do that. The issue is that the PIX is currently the PPTP server and with this migration I was hoping to just keep that role on the ASA till I moved the users to AnyConnect, oh well. – evolvd May 14 '12 at 23:59

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