Routing and WebVPN

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Dec 7th, 2006
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Hello

I have a 1801 router directly connected to my ISP and on my LAN (with NAT). With SSL vpn to connect to my local network from internet. it's work perfectely but I would like to pass on the tunnel to acces to internet.

my local network is 192.168.0.0/24

the address pool for vpnconnexions is :

ip local pool webvpn-gw 192.168.0.230 192.168.0.250


this is the webvpn conf :

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policy group default

functions svc-enabled

filter tunnel 100

svc address-pool "webvpn-gw"

svc default-domain "mshome"

svc keep-client-installed

svc dpd-interval gateway 30

svc homepage "www.google.fr"

svc rekey method new-tunnel

svc dns-server primary 217.119.170.10

svc dns-server secondary 212.23.30.10

default-group-policy default

gateway webvpn-gw

inservice

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how to configure the router to route webvpn connexion to internet ?

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irisrios Wed, 12/13/2006 - 12:29
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You can have more than one WebVPN gateway associated with a device. Each WebVPN gateway is linked to only one IP address on the router. You can create more than one WebVPN context for a particular WebVPN gateway. To identify individual contexts, provide each context with a unique name. One policy group can be associated with only one WebVPN context. The policy group describes which resources are available in a particular WebVPN context.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6496/products_configuration_example09186a008071c58b.shtml#configure

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