Re: Please Help! Cisco 836 Easy VPN Server and Cisco VPN client
I fortunately found myself a solution. And here is what I did:
I was asking the router to assign an IP address to the VPN clients from a pool that it was a part of the network beyond the router (LAN: 10.0.0.0/24 and pool: 10.0.0.201 - .250). I assume that since there is no physical MAC address for the VPN client any request from it to the machines in the network beyond the router was coming from within their network but they could not found the machine to reply. Additionally since the request was from someone inside the same network they wont ask their default gateway (the router) for translation.
So I tried to tell the router to assign the clients an IP address from a different pool and thing worked grate.
Many thanks to everyone who saw my post and especially to spremkumar.
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