The MVDPOOL defined for the VPN Client has a range of 172.18.1.150-172.18.1.200 and I dont see a NAT 0 Statement to by pass NAT. Also, did you want to configure 172.18.110.0/24 has the MVDPOOL, because your configurations are more tailored to allow everything to work when the VPN Clients get an ip address assigned from the 172.18.110.0/24 range.
Let me know how the test goes after making the changes to POOL or NAT 0 command.
It's my first time when I'm doing vpn, I didn't understand everything
but I made new configuration, after vpn connection established I can ping from server site pc behind the remote hardware vpn client but from remote site i can't ping inside network of easy vpn server:(
in atachment You can find both configurations
pls write exactly what i have to do, with commands, what to add or what to change
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