After connecting to Cisco Vpn client i m unable to manage my VPN server eventhough i have made a policy to access ASA after vpn connceted,but no result has come ,other policies working properly.Thru Same Vpn client i am not able to access Cisco ASA 5510 VPN server.
Let's see if I understand your question correctly: You use a Cisco VPN Client to connect to a ASA5510. But you found out that you cannot open a manegement connection to the outside Ã³r inside of the ASA when you have a VPN connection.
If you have a VPN tunnel with no split-tunneling configured, then you just can't set up a management connection to the outside interface of the ASA. This can only be done by configuring split-tunnel.
Then only the inside interface of the ASA is left to connect to. This is only possible with the "management-access inside" command is configured in global configuration mode. The inside interface of the ASA cannot be accessed from the outside, unless you configure the "management-access inside" command.
In a nutshell:
- Configure split-tunneling on you VPN Client connection so you can directly connect to the outside interface of the ASA when you have a VPN (less desirable option)
- Configure the management-access command so you can access the inside interface from the ASA when you have a VPN Client connection (more desirable!)
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