I have configurd a remote access ipsec vpn to a ASA 5510. I can connect to the firewall using my Cisco VPN client properly. But there are some networks in our internal network that I was not able to connect to.
I would like to know, I have assigned an IP pool for the remote vpn client, so when I connect to the firewall through VPN, i am assigned an IP from the pool. The firewall is connected to a common vlan where a few routers (router A,B,C) are also connected. All router and firewall running EIGRP. I was able to telnet to router A,B,C when I am connected to the firewall through VPN. But when I check the routing table on router A,B,C, I didn't see the route for my VPN IP Pool, so, my 1st questoins is:
1) how does it connect without a route to the VPN pool subnet?
Router C is connected to Router D, and I have a few subnets connected to Router D, I cannot connect to Router D or anything behind router D.
So my 2nd question is:
2) Do I have to add a static route on my vpn firewall and redistribute it into EIGRP so that router A,B,C and D will know to come to the firewall when I am connected through VPN?
Thanks for help.