Kamal Malhotra Thu, 03/08/2007 - 09:07
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Hi,


What is the default gateway for the inside hosts? There is a possibililty that those hosts have a default route going somewhere else and don't have a route for the remote subnet pointing to the router.


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Kamal

edyoung01 Thu, 03/08/2007 - 10:23
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I am using VPN client 4.8 to initiate the VPN to the 831 router to get to my main office. The workstation gets an ip address from the 831, however, I noticed that the default gateway the the workstaion has is its own ip address. I can't ping from that outside workstation to my inside workstations. I can ping the inside interface.

kaachary Thu, 03/08/2007 - 15:19
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Need to check the NAtting on the router, as I mentioned earlier. Please make sure the VPN traffic is exempted from NAT .



Also, make sure if there's any L3 device in between the Lan and the router's inside intf, there should be appropriate routs on it for vpn pool n/w.


If there's no L3 device, then check the default gateway of the inside hosts, it should point to router's inside.



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