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VPN connection

Dear All,

I have configured my ASA 5510 with remote VPN, I can connect from my PC to my Network through this VPN and I can ping any PC in the network BUT, I cannot telnet or open any PC in the network using Remote Desktop Connection. is these needs more configuration?

please help with details, Appreciated

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Re: VPN connection

You may have an access-group (show run access-group) applied on your inside interface that is not allowing telnet/rdp. Make sure the traffic is permitted if you have an acl applied with the access-group command.

Check the log on the ASA to see what it says when you try to open the telnet/rdp. You could also set up a wireshark capture on the internal PC.

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