I recently installed a Cisco 1720 VPN router with image 12.2 to allow ipsec. I'm using NAT on the router for security. I currently have one remote user that is getting access by using Cisco's VPN client software. Once he logs in he can ping the local servers and gain access to folders by IP. The problem is that he is unable to browse through network neighborhood. He can ping the WINS server without a problem. Do I need to use NAT to assign a public address to the WINS server and he can use that ip as his WINS address remotely?? I'm not very familiar with this model router and this is my first time using Cisco's VPN client. Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated!!
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decision. To do this we require the switch to do...
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