VPN Concentrator client access

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Oct 10th, 2007
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I currently have set up a VPN Concentrator 3000 series. I use RADIUS to authenticate users and the concentrator acts as a DHCP server and issues IP's to users who connect to our network.

Currently some users can connect and access all required resources without a problem but there are others who manage to connect and authenticate but are unable to access any resources on our internal network.

I have also found that any user that connects via VPN is unable to view our intranet website.

So far I have only put on the basic setup for a VPN concentrator.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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hadbou Tue, 10/16/2007 - 14:02
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Choose one of the following methods to enable VPN clients to access the Internet.

Enable split tunneling on the VPN Concentrator.

Navigate to Configuration > Traffic Management > Policy Management > Network Lists and create a network list to define the traffic you want to pass across the tunnel.

Go to Configuration > User Management > Groups, select the group and click MODIFY.

Click the Mode/Client Config tab, and set up the split tunneling.

Point the VPN Concentrator's tunnel default gateway to a router on the inside. Access this setting by navigating to Configuration > System > IP Routing > Default Gateways.


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