I set a tunnel from my location to a remote location. However, when the remote location logs into the VPN, they are able to hit the machine, however the machine cant send anything back through the tunnel. I enabled NAT-T, but still no luck. I really need help and have no idea of what to do next. PLEASE HELP!!!
our remote location (which is logged into the VPN) can ping our site, but from our site, it cant ping back. THerefore no traffic will be coming back out. ANy ideas?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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