Looking for help with getting RDP from remote site over cisco VPN to head office. Limited cisco knowledge unfortunately but last 2 months have been steep learning curve. My situation is this:
I have managed to configure ipsec tunnels between remote site and head office and they work great - I can ping and rdp test devices from and to 192.168.5.0/24 and 192.168.2.0/24 segments. However, the next step is to allow user RDP access - if a user at remote site (192.168.5.1) types in address of terminal server (192.168.1.15) how do I get this traffic down the tunnel as it seems current nat rules for tunnel at remote site will prevent this? Since the user will only be running a thin client (RDP) from site with no web access I assume I could force all traffic down tunnel ie no split?
There are also static nats for smtp/http etc which I assume get the traffic through ISA to various servers? Would something similar need to be done for RDP traffic?
Thanks in advance
Attached are rough config files and (hopefully correct) network diagram. Configs are a bit rough as they have been created by SDM and pieces picked up from around the net. I will try to tidy up as I learn more and things work as planned.