I know I'm missing something really simple here, but I'm a relative newbie to Cisco, so bear with me.
We're in the process of setting up an ASA 5510 as our main VPN appliance.
The Outside interface of the 5510 faces our DMZ, the Inside interface sits on our main network. The 5510 uses radius for authentication going to a server on the same subnet for the authentication. That works fine. VPN client can connect to the 5510 and successfully authenticate. Routes are pass through to the VPN client, no problem. PC with VPN client can access internet (which is by design, it should use it's own internet connection), but cannot ping/access/trace over the tunnel at all.
My hunch is that this is a nat issue - but I am confused as to how the NAT should be configured - I've tried several configurations with no luck.
The VPN client is set to pull an ip address from the pool - 192.168.56.10 - 100. The 5510 is sitting on a separate subnet (50.x/22). This seems to work on the Cisco 1700 that it will be replacing just fine. I mirrored routes and ACLs as well onto the new 5510. No luck. Client connects, authenticates, pulls an IP address and routes, but can't see anything on the inside of the 5510.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.