How can I allow a cisco VPN client to work from inside our network to an outside IP?
We have clients wishing to use their companies Cisco VPN Client but our ASA is blocking it I think?
Also (sorry to ask) a friend in South America is having the same problem but I don't hink they use Cisco, is there a default port that the Cisco client uses? then I can email them this info?
Generally the ASA will allow IPSEC traffic from inside to the outside. it;s when you want it to originate from outside and to connect to you - that's where it gets creative. Are you limiting outbound traffic at all??? Are you denying any ip/tcp/udp outbound?
But can depend on if the remote end is NAT-T compaitable, and if they have that configured. Another issue could be how they allow VPN traffic to enter?