I'm attempting to get the AT&T Global Network Client to work thru our ASA5510. With my current congiguration if I add the following statement:
STATIC (inside,outside) interface A.B.C.D. (addr of pc that's running the client) NETMASK 255.255.255.255 TCP 0 0 UDP 0
The ATA&T VPN gets established and works fine BUT none of my outside VPN clients can connect. Any help would be appreciated.
AT&T send out a notice stating their servers are not configured to support NAT-T and will not in the future. They offered 2 possible generic solutions.
1. Create a NAT pool of IP address that can be assigned to each user.....or
2. Assign a static address to each end users PC.
If number 1 will work how do I do that?
Number 2 already applys to us since all our workstations have static address assign. How do I implement number 2?