I'm trying to access a MS Windows Terminal Server (TS) via a Cisco 1841router. The client is using a laptop with WinXPP and Cisco VPN 5.x client. I can connect to the 1841 router as I can see all sorts of information via Show Crypto commands. What I cannot do is access the TS from the laptop. I believe it may be a routing issue but I'm not sure.
The network is set up as follows:
TS 192.168.5.0 network
Lnx-1841 gw 192.168.20.0
TS ----- Cisco Switch ----- Linux Gateway --- Cisco 1841----- Internet ------Laptop w/Cisco Client 5.x
I can access the TS unit from my desktop if I do not use a Cisco client (e.g I use RDP)
TS ----Cisco Switch ----- Linux Gateway(main firewall) ------Cisco 1841 ---- Internet ------ Cisco 877(Nat) ----Switch --- Desktop
I have the crypto map on the outside interface (Dialer0).
What I would like to know is am I supposed to have any other networks listed under eigrp heading I have:
the ip routes are:
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 Dialer0
ip route 192.168.5.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.20.1
ip route 192.168.20.0 255.255.255.248 Dialer0
Or could it be a NAT issue?
Also how can I test if I'm getting through to the other side? if I'm right I do not think you can ping through a tunnel or VPN connection or can you?