I am trying to configure a remote access vpn on a PIX ASA (8.x code). The ASA also has a site to site vpn terminating to it. I've got the remote subnet that comes in over the site to site tunnel working so that it there is no NAT when talking to the inside subnet off the ASA. However, I'm also trying to bypass NAT for the remote access subnet (assigned ip's through a pool). Near as I can tell when I successfully connect via the Cisco VPN client, I cannot communicate with the inside subnet off the ASA. When I issue a ping from the vpn client to a host on the inside of the ASA, I can see the reply come back from the host but instead of bypassing NAT on the ASA, it gets translated to the outside interface address (as if it was the inside host initiating a connectiion to the outside world). I've never setup an ASA to do both site to site and remote access, so I've probably messed something up. Like I said, the site to site connection works fine, it's the remote access that fails to bypass NAT. I'm attaching the config. any help is appreciated.