I have a small query, something has gone wrong or something has changed that when I VPN into my homenetwork I can not access any of my local devices.
My setup is as follows:
reserved 10.54.8.1 - 10
VPN Access 10.54.8.11 - 20
DHCP 10.54.8.21 - ***
When I VPN in I still have access to the internet which i enabled on the VPN screen, but can not access my home server via RDP....
My IP softphone works perfectly and registers against the CCE...
I can not ping my slingbox, IP security camera or even my home server or access the SkyStone config web page which is on 10.54.8.9:7505
Can someone tell me what I have done wrong as I think it used to work...
Did you try my suggestion? I can not tell you how many times... (15 years) I have been doing VPN configurations.. and every time I ever tried to have a VPN client get an IP address that is the same as my local LAN subnet, that the VPN will not pass traffic to my local subnet. As soon as I place a different IP subnet or address range on the VPN clients, the VPN works. I havent looked at your configurations yet but give that a try.
Usually if you can connect and terminate your VPN and you can not pass traffic there is one of three issues...
An access-list is off... and not properly configured.
Your remote subnet of your PC with the VPN client, is the same as the subnet at the VPN host side.
3 You are using the same access-list in the configuration for NAT settings and VPN tunnel. Even though it is the same exact syntax you have to give it a new Access-list # and keep them unique.