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Remote branch access from central location through vpn client

Hi,

I have 2 locations. Location A & Location B.

VPN client connection will terminate to Location A firewall (ASA 55520). Users will get ip from the vpn-pool created into Location A firewall. By using this IP users will access a mail server that is located in LOcation B. Location A & Location B are connected via MPLS link.

In Location A, Internet link is terminated into DMZ zone.

My problem is: I am unable to access Location B mail server after logging into Location A via vpn client.

Can someone suggest me please...

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Re: Remote branch access from central location through vpn clien

So it goes like this?

VPN client -> DMZ -> Site A 5520 -> outside -> Site B -> Mail server

Could you post a clean config from Site A 5520?

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Re: Remote branch access from central location through vpn clien

Hi,

Plaese find the attachment.

I am sorry for mentioning 1 wrong item. It is ASA 5510 instead 5520.

Rgds..

Green

Re: Remote branch access from central location through vpn clien

Where is 10.1.1.0 and what is the ip of the mail server?

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Re: Remote branch access from central location through vpn clien

10.1.1.0 is in location B. The ip of the mail server is 10.1.1.114

Location B config i don't have as cusotmer is not ready to share the same. But as per him he has allowed my vpn pool segment into his router & firewall.

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