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Connect to the internal interface and access the LAN

Hi,

I have the following problem, I have a Cisco router 2811 with a serial and a ethernet interface. On the serial port I have an address got from the ISP, but not a real IP. It's a /30 ip only for communication btween my site and the ISP and on the ethernet I have one of the address of my range. Than I need allow VPN connections on that address (the ethernet one) and access the hosts in the internal lan.

I'm able to connect the VPN, but i can't reach any host in the inside LAN

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Re: Connect to the internal interface and access the LAN

Is it possible to show the relevant configuration

crypto map local-address ethernet should be present in the router.

Also what does sh crypto isakmp sa and sh crypto ipsec sa give ?

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Re: Connect to the internal interface and access the LAN

Is it possible to show the relevant configuration

crypto map local-address ethernet should be present in the router.

Also what does sh crypto isakmp sa and sh crypto ipsec sa give ?

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Re: Connect to the internal interface and access the LAN

Thank you, this solved my problem.

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