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able to connect ssl vpn, but unable to connect internet through proxy server

Hi,

We are using Cisco ASA, we were abelt to establish ssl vpn connection, at the same time we should be able to access internet through proxy server, which is not happening.

Once we establish ssl vpn connection we are unable to even ping the proxy server.

Kindly help to resolve the issue.

Suresh

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Cisco Employee

Re: able to connect ssl vpn, but unable to connect internet thro

How do you configure the SSL VPN? With split tunnel or without split tunnel? If with split tunnel, is your proxy server ip address or subnet in the split tunnel list (assuming that you are using an internal proxy server). Can you ping anything else in the same subnet as your proxy server?

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Re: able to connect ssl vpn, but unable to connect internet thro

Hi,

No split tunneling is enabled from this side, proxy server is the only server in that subnet.

But from the other side they say they have enabled split tunneling.

Kindly suggest

Suresh

Cisco Employee

Re: able to connect ssl vpn, but unable to connect internet thro

Sorry, split tunneling is either applied or not applied to your SSL VPN tunnel. The split tunnel policy is being pushed down from the ASA towards your SSL VPN Client.

After you are connected via SSL VPN, can you check the SSL VPN statistics, and under routes, check whether the proxy server subnet/ip address is listed. A screenshot of the routes would be good, and what is your proxy server ip address.

If you can't even ping it, then it might not be configured on the ASA to allow your SSL VPN to access the proxy server. You might want to check the config on the ASA.

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