What I am really concerned is the remote desktop failed to access server after the vpn client connected. In order to check my remote desktop connection, I tried to type the external IP of my server on remote desktop as well. It worked fine in this case. Therefore , i am pretty sure it is the ACLs that caused the problem.
On the other hand, my work station can ping the remote server which is 10.1.1.254. How come it can't access the server using remote desktop?
Could you please help me with this? Any advice would be highly appreciated.
This document contains the most common solutions to IPsec VPN problems. These solutions come directly from service requests that the Cisco Technical Support have solved. Many of these solutions can be implemented prior to the in-depth troubleshooting of an IPsec VPN connection. As a result, this document is presented as a checklist of common procedures to try before you begin to troubleshoot a connection and call Cisco Technical Support.
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