Can anyone help with this probably pathetic question?
I have dial in users logging on with local cached profiles. They are authenticated by the router. I am unable to see their computer on the network using "Remote Control" software. This uses udp packets on a single port to browse the network. Also the antivirus is not updating and the logon scripts are not working, I guess, because of udp.
How can I enable UDP safely without giving the facility to the world coming in through the internet?
I'm not sure I understand the topology....async users dial into the 3640, authenticate locally, get an IP address, and (I suppose) have some sort of connectivity. As long as an IP address is negotiated, UDP should work fine; unless you have access-lists specified, all IP data should pass. You may want to confirm if it's only UDP traffic that fails, or if it's all traffic. If it's the latter it's likely the cisco; if it's the former it could be anything else.
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